Advertisement. Pour dressing over salad greens mixture; gently toss to coat. Take a break from boring old chicken salad and make this Mandarin Orange Chicken Salad Recipe. It has been updated for content and photos.) (This recipe was originally published in May 2012. And by putting mandarin oranges in a simple salad--my kids get excited about eating salad! Mom’s Mandarin Orange Salad. The tangy dijon mustard and sweet mandarin oranges take this chicken salad to the next level! Serve immediately. Break up the noodles and add to the slaw, along with the green onions, almonds and sesame seeds. Peel and segment the mandarin oranges and place in a large bowl with the slaw mix. Combine salad greens, mandarin oranges, noodles, and cashews in large salad bowl. Makes 4 servings. With just 5 ingredients this makes a great nutritious lunch or dinner and can be made into a Whole30 compliant recipe. Remove the dry ramen noodles from the package and set the seasoning packet aside. Mandarin Orange Salad. We grew up eating my Mom’s Mandarin Orange Salad Recipe a lot and I never realized the difference between this dressing and other similar salad dressings. This simple salad is made with a delicate spring mix, juicy mandarin oranges, tart dried cranberries and a fresh citrus dressing. The dressing on this Mandarin Orange Salad is unlike any other I’ve tried and it is so unbelievably easy! This salad is EVERYTHING I crave when I want something light and fresh, yet full of flavor. 1 11-ounce can mandarin oranges (or 15-ounce if you love mandarin oranges) 1/2 cup edamame, cooked and shelled 1/4 cup green onion, diced 1/4 cup slivered almonds (or shaved) 1 cup teriyaki dressing (see below) OR if you're short on time you can use a store-bought Asian sesame dressing, Kraft makes a [url:1]great one[/url]!