Asian vegetables are some of the most nutrient-dense vegetables in the world. They routinely make the list of foods most often recommended by health care professionals, dietitians and nutrition experts as contributing maximum nutrition per calorie. They're high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, healthy phytochemicals, micronutrients and naturally low in calories, sodium, fat and have zero cholesterol. These Asian green leafy vegetables are gaining popularity in all cuisines, and with those following a vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free or specialty diet (such as Paleo or South Beach), for their flavor, versatility AND healthy qualities. They are also routinely high on the ANDI score (Aggregate Nutritional Density Index, a measure of whole foods that contain the highest nutrients per calorie), and are natural anti-inflammatory foods.
Chinese Chicken Salad: Use this as the base for a quick Chinese Chicken Salad. Simply add tangerine or mandarin slices, grilled chicken, slivered almonds (or peanuts) and crunchy wonton strips (or chow mein noodles), and dress with the enclosed Toasted Sesame Vinaigrette.
Wilt: For a change of pace from salad, wilt EnerCHI salad quickly in a hot skillet or wok, and serve as a side dish, drizzled with the enclosed Toasted Sesame Vinaigrette