*Twelve* cups of Asian greens??? That's a bit much, particularly since this is a lunch on an EW meal plan! Even a 3.5 cup packaged salad and half of the salad ingredients is enough for two to four people. We also doubled the rub, and you can use whatever rub you'd like. You don't have to use five-spice. Most of the recipe is the salad, which uses oranges, Asian salad greens, and an orange juice-based dressing. Really good and I will make it again!
Great for Newbie Cooks I am a cooking newbie. Seriously, prior to this meal I mostly heated and microwaved stuff. I made this meal, it was filling and delicious. The only thing I changed was the fancy thing with the zest and dijon. Instead I bought an organic ginger-soy dressing that is olive oil based. I added it to the rub and used it as a light dressing. Saved the rest of the meat for a meal later this week! Pros: Easy to prepare, savory meal! Cons: Hard to cut oranges
Following other comments Following other reader's comments, I doubled the rub, added lemon zest and honey to the dressing and strawberries to the salad. So good! I would also add a little more vinegar to the dressing at some toasted almonds to the salad for a little crunchy texture! Pros: Delicious, easy Cons: None left!