Wasabi is the Japanese version of horseradish. It comes in powder form, and is available in Asian groceries and some supermarkets. It's green and very fiery. If you prefer, you can use prepared horseradish instead

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Servings:
4
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4 servings
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4
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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

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  • Place first 8 ingredients in a blender; process until smooth. Set aside.

  • Leave root and 1 inch of stem on beets; scrub with a brush. Place beets and sweet potato in a shallow baking dish. Bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. Add mushrooms, and bake an additional 15 minutes. Cool to touch. Peel beets and potato; cut into 1/2-inch cubes. Thinly slice mushrooms.

  • Combine beets, potato, mushrooms, greens, and chicken. Drizzle dressing over salad; toss well. Serve immediately.

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Reprinted with permission of Cooking Light(R) magazine. All rights reserved.

CALORIES 337 (15% from fat); FAT 5.6g (sat 1.3g, mono 1.7g, poly 1.6g); PROTEIN 31.2g; CARB 41.4g; FIBER 4.2g; CHOL 72mg; IRON 3.1mg; SODIUM 366mg; CALC 60mg

Nutrition Facts

334 calories; protein 32.6g; carbohydrates 40.6g; fat 4.7g; cholesterol 72.4mg; sodium 332.3mg. Full Nutrition
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Reviews (2)

Rating: 4 stars
12/03/2003
I have looked at this recipe many times but never got up the nerve to make it. The ingredients were so unusual, I think I was nervous. I tried this last night.. finally. What a pleasant surprise. It was quite good. The only change I made was to substitute water chestnuts for mushrooms, since I am not a mushroom fan. Next time I make this, I think I am going to use canned beets, because the cooked beets were a real pain to peel and I got beet water all over the place..lol. I also think adding a few sunflower seeds or slivered almonds would be a nice addition. Read More
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Rating: 5 stars
09/03/2005
I would preheat & get those potatoes & beets in right away, then make the wasabi dressing next time b/c of the lengthy cook time; and the dressing probably doesn't need to sit in the blender for an hour. I used leftover chicken off of a rotisserie chicken--just the white meat--weighing it on a scale until I had the 3/4# and it worked out great. Even my 2 year old appreciated the potatoes, beets & chicken (though he's still not keen on greens). Submitted a photo--you'll need a BIG salad bowl to toss all together without a mess. Bottom line? Worth the time! Delish. Read More
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