Sesame Orange Steak Salad is an absolutely delicious entrée salad! Easy to whip up, it’s beautiful, hearty and good for you!I love entrée salads.
Salads can be hearty and satisfying — whether they’re vegetarian, vegan or protein filled, like this delicious one.
What’s in Sesame Orange Steak Salad?
In the dressing . . .
- orange juice
- apple cider vinegar
- sesame oil
- black sesame seeds
- salt, pepper
In the salad . . .
Now, imagine all of that, mixed together in one bite.
When I use citrus in recipes, I think it’s the most beautiful and most delicious when cut into Supremes (below). Here’s How to Cut Citrus Supremes.
You can use any steak you like, but my favorite is this Spicy Flank Steak with Ginger and Garlic (below).
What to serve with Sesame Orange Steak Salad
As I mentioned, this salad is a meal in and of itself.
I hope you enjoy this Sesame Orange Steak Salad as much as I do.
- Can you make this with chicken instead of steak? Yes!
- Can you use a lettuce variety other than Butter? Yes, use your favorite.
- Are white sesame seeds okay? Absolutely.
More main course salads:
- Shredded Chicken Cobb Salad
- Chopped Mexican Salad with Pepitas
- Cannellini Bean Tuna Salad Recipe
- Tropical Quinoa Salad Bowl with Shrimp
- Apple Chicken Salad Recipe with Cranberries
- Vegetarian Italian Chopped Salad
Sesame Orange Steak Salad is an absolutely delicious entrée salad! Easy to whip up, it's beautiful, hearty and good for you!
- 2 large Naval oranges, cut into Supremes (click here to learn how and save the scraps!)
- about 7-ounces Butter lettuce, torn into bite-sized-pieces
- 4 scallions, finely chopped
- 1 cup cooked steak, thinly sliced
Cut the oranges into Supremes, like this, and be sure to save all of the scraps and juice for later in the recipe.
Add the lettuce, orange Supremes, scallions, and steak to a large mixing or serving bowl. Gently toss to combine all of the ingredients.
In a small bowl, combine the orange juice (squeezed from the orange scraps saved above), with the vinegar, salt and several turns of black pepper.
Gradually whisk in the oil to blend it completely.
When you're ready to serve, toss the salad with the dressing and sprinkle it with the sesame seeds.
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