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  1. Miranda

    I couldn’t taste anything but the garlic powder on the steak – too overwhelming for me, couldn’t eat it. Garlic P is pretty strong stuff, i’d leave it out entirely or just use a dash.
    The dressing was also waaaaay too salty from the miso. I like the idea of a miso vinaigrette – but would probably greatly reduce the amount of miso. Like the garlic powder – a little goes a long way.
    May just be a case of different palettes.


  2. Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today

    This is literally something I’d take in a restaurant. It looks so good and I’d have a feeling that I eat something healthy and fulfilling. I love the recipe. Thank you!

  3. Patricia @Sweet and Strong

    I love giant salads! Where do you find white miso? I recently found a recipe for red miso paste and can’t find that either in my grocery store, but would love to make this dressing.

    • Sabrina Modelle

      Another good tip is that miso is refrigerated- so it may be in unexpected places in your grocery store. Sometimes it can be found near the refrigerated tofu and vegetarian meat substitutes, and other times it might be near any refrigerated pickles, sauerkraut, or salsa.

    • Emma Christensen

      Whole Foods is probably a good bet! Asian grocery stores, gourmet grocery store,s or co-ops would also be good places to look — anywhere with a decent selection of Asian ingredients.

  4. Mark Anderson

    SR is the first place I turn to for recipes, so after the excesses of the weekend, I came here looking for a salad recipe. Here it is–right on top. And it gives me a chance to work w/ miso, which has always been a bit of mystery to me.

    • Mark Anderson

      Excellent dressing–a nice change from the customary oil/vinegar. I used thin-slice fennel in place of the radish, and I added chopped asparagus. The apple was a delight. Never would have thought to have included it, but it made the salad.


      • Sabrina Modelle

        Oh Mark, that sounds so good! I love fennel and asparagus. I’ll try that next time I make this salad.

  5. Malika A. Black

    Great steak salad. I love these kind of meals. Very easy and no fuss.

    Great as a mid-week meal that one can get ready in 15 minutes!