Enjoy the crisp freshness of tatsoi Asian greens in our vibrant salad. These tender leaves offer a delicate yet satisfying crunch, perfectly embodying the essence of spring. With every bite, savor the natural flavors of the greens, making this salad a refreshing and nutritious addition to any meal or a delightful standalone dish.

Tatsoi Asian Greens Salad Recipe

ChihYu Smith
Enjoy the crisp freshness of spring with a Tatsoi Asian Greens Salad, featuring vibrant tatsoi greens tossed with a medley of Asian-inspired flavors and textures. This light and nutritious salad combines the delicate crunch of tatsoi with the boldness of ranch dressing, creating a refreshing dish that celebrates the essence of the season.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Course Salad
Servings 6 people


Whole30 Ranch Yogurt Dressing

  • 3 Tbsp mayo
  • 1 Tbsp dairy-free milk unsweetened
  • 3 Tbsp coconut yogurt or dairy-free yogurt thick texture, unsweetened
  • 1 Tbsp coconut aminos
  • Coarse sea salt and black pepper to taste

Tatsoi Salad

  • 7 oz carrots about 2 large
  • 7 oz English cucumber or mini cucumbers
  • 2.5 oz tatsoi or baby spinach
  • 2 oz mizuna or baby arugula
  • 2 oz mixed greens of choice
  • 1 Tbsp olive oil
  • Furikake or toasted sesame seeds, optional
  • Coarse sea salt to taste or Takii Umami mushroom powder to replace salt


  • Mix Whole30 ranch yogurt dressing. Set it aside in the fridge until ready to use.
  • Use a vegetable peeler to shave the carrots and cucumber into ribbons.
  • Add the carrot and cucumber ribbons to a large salad bowl with tatsoi, mizuna, and more mixed baby greens.
  • Drizzle with olive oil and the salad dressing. Start with 3 Tbsp dressing at first and add more, if desired. Sprinkle with furikake, if using. Toss and season with salt to taste.
  • Serve cold and enjoy right away.


This recipe is originally by ChihYu Smith of the I Heart Umami blog.
This favorite recipe was contributed by a Backyard Eats client! She encourages home cooks to substitute ingredients as needed based their lifestyle or what's growing fresh in their garden.

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