Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

I’ve been a salad-making fiend lately. I think my body is trying to pack in as much greens as possible before Fall officially arrives and I start eating like crap.

I was recently asked by organicgirl greens if I wanted to try their new five happiness blend of greens which includes baby bok choy leaves, baby red chard, tango, mizuna, baby arugula, baby spinach, baby green chard, baby green romaine, and baby green oakleaf lettuce (that’s a lot of greens!). I was also asked to create a recipe using the five happiness blend.

Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

And then my life got really crazy. I got the greens and just stuffed them in the back of my fridge and there they sat for 8 days. When I finally got some time this past weekend, I dreaded opening the greens. I just assumed that they would be all wilted. I clearly have no faith in my greens. Whenever I buy clamshells of lettuce, they seem to only last a few days before starting to go bad. But when I went to open my organicgirl greens, I was pleasantly surprised to find that they were still absolutely perfect. Not one leaf had even started to wilt. This was a first for me! I love how fresh these greens are and of course, it’s an even bigger plus that these greens are organic and washed 3 times before being packaged.

Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

Given that this blend contained some baby bok choy, I obviously decided to create an Asian-inspired salad. I topped my greens with shredded carrots, diced cumcumber, and sugar snap peas. The crunchy veggies paired with the slightly sweet sesame peanut dressing made for a perfect little salad! Serve it up with additional veggies and/or chicken, and call it a meal!

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Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

Asian Sesame Peanut Salad


For the sesame peanut dressing:

  • 1 1/2 tbs. crunchy peanut butter
  • 1 tbs. sesame oil
  • 1/2 tbs. olive oil
  • 1 tbs. plus 1 tsp. rice vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp. sriracha
  • 1 tsp. honey
  • salt and pepper to taste

For the salad:


  1. To make the dressing, whisk together the dressing ingredients in a bowl.
  2. To make the salad, place the salad onto a plate or bowl. Layer the other ingredients on top. Toss with the sesame peanut dressing.
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Asian Sesame Peanut Salad

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Disclosure: I was contacted by organicgirl greens and was asked to review their five happiness blend. They sent me the greens to review. As always, all opinions are my own.



  1. That sesame dressing is totally drool-worthy!

  2. I love Greek Salads and Cobb Salads.


  3. Love this fresh salad! I’m going to have to find these greens.

  4. I love these triple washed salads – my kind of convenience, they make me way more likely to eat salad :)

  5. My favorite salad is a turkey cobb with tomatoes, avocado, cheese, egg and beets all chopped up!

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  8. I love mixed baby greens, and your toppings and yummy sesame peanut dressing made a fantastic salad!!!

  9. My favorite salad is a cobb salad.

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  14. Looks amazing!! I’m a huge salad fan and in my most eating items salad would be a second companion. I admit I’ve never tried “Asian Sesame Peanut Salad” before, thus I’m so curious to try it out. Thanks for providing all crucial instruction to help me make out this salad.

  15. Chinese Chicken Salad is a favorite of mine!

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  18. I love Waldorf Salads with chicken, grapes, walnuts cheese, avocado all atop of baby spring mix greens!

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  21. 8 days… no wilting… wow that is certainly fantastic. I do the same thing and usually find a gross mess and I’m kicking myself for wasting good food. I love the flavors of your dressing. Winning dish. :)

  22. I am on a huge peanut dressing kick!! DELISH! And loving these greens!

  23. I love Organic Girl products! They always seem to stay fresh longer than other products- pretty much the only lettuce blends that I use! I’ll try this recipe too- For the same reasons as you, Im eating a lot of salads as of late!

    PS- I did everything you requested in your giveaway list! :)

  24. cobb salad! mmm. . . :)

  25. The dressing looks so good. I’ve tried these greens, I agree they do stay fresh.
    Your salad look every bit yummy.

  26. I like a Greek Salad with lots of spinach!

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  31. My favorite salad is Barbecue Chopped Chicken Salad. Your salad looks amazing I am loving the dressing!

  32. My favorite salad? I love any salad, but especially one with goat cheese, big garden grown tomatoes, and something crunchy.

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  36. And follow you on pinterest! Love this post!

  37. I’d like to thank you for posting this wonderful recipe. Thank you

  38. I eat a lot of salad so I’ve come up with lots of new and exciting ways to dress it up. I usually serve my salad with a homemade grain(bulgur/wheat berry/etc) salad on top or sometimes black bean salsa/salad with avocado dressing. I think anything with black beans is my favorite!

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  42. I love beet and goat cheese salads!

  43. I love greek salads.

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