We go through phases where we eat at one place over and over until we get tired of it and move on. Lately, that's been Hyde Park Bar & Grill. I like it in particular, because Shane can get a hamburger or chicken fried steak, and I can get something lighter, like a salad or grilled salmon. One of my favorites is their Asian Chicken Salad, and I like it so much that I tried to replicate it at home with great success.
All you need is:
Lettuce, or any mix of greens you like
Bean sprouts (Strangely, I couldn't find them at Central Market, so I just omitted them.)
Orange sections, or whatever citrus you like
Fried wonton wrappers (Cut them into strips before you fry them.)
And anything else that catches your fancy. Throw in some cilantro, if you want to Thai it up. :)
For the tahini dressing, I just made it up as I went along, throwing in a bit of this and that. Here's roughly what I used:
Tahini (sesame seed paste)
A splash of the vinegar from a jar of pickled ginger (gari), but you could use rice vinegar instead.
Mix until you get the consistency you want, thinner or thicker, then drizzle over your Asian Chicken Salad.