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Wasabi Secret Salad

Rated as 4.75 out of 5 Stars
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"Wasabi peas are the secret spicy kick in this delicious salad. You can use any dried fruit you like, such as blueberries, cherries, cranberries, chopped apricots, or golden raisins. Wasabi peas can be found at most supermarkets by Asian foods or by snacks. They can also be found in some stores in the bulk food area."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 540
Original recipe yields 2 servings (1 salad)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 540 calories; 16.7 83.3 12.6 11 553 Full nutrition

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This was so good! As I was putting it together, I thought it might be too sweet, but all the flavors combined perfectly for a sweet/savory treat. The peas (which I crushed slightly) weren't very...

This recipe was great inspiration! I love wasabi peas and because of that this recipe encouraged me to eat some veggies! I used spinach, golden raisins, carrots, cucumbers, wasabi peas and a q...

I used crasins instead of the dried cherries and apples instead of pears (sometimes you just have to work with what's in the house, right?) and added some sliced strawberries and a vidalia onion...

Best Salad Ever! My fiends loved it! I didn't add the sesame seeds, which would have perfected it. It doesn't keep well, for the next day, so don't try making enough with leftovers! The Wasa...

This was a great salad-the tangy, salty taste of the wasabi peas balanced nicely with the sweet cherries and pears. I used Italian dressing because I didn't have poppyseed.

family really loved this salad, even my husband who turned his nose up at the wasabi peas when he first saw them. They balance out any sweetness from the pear and cherries. Had a nice crunch to ...

I loved this salad! I used Boston lettuce, and I chose not to add the sesame seeds. I loved the combination of the sweet dried cherries with the "punch" of the wasabi peas! Thank you for this...