You are here: Home » Recipes » Char Siu Turkey Breast Salad Char Siu Turkey Breast Salad Recipe by National Turkey Federation Yield 4 servings This Asian-inspired salad features turkey, fresh ginger and mandarin oranges, topped with spiced pecans and wonton crisps. The National Turkey Federation PrintEmail Ingredients Ginger Spiced Mandarin Oranges:8 ounces Mandarin orange segments, drained2 ounces fresh ginger, peeled and finely minced4 ounces Rose's lime juiceSpiced Pecans:1/2 ounce white sugar1/4 ounce kosher salt3/4 teaspoon paprika3/4 teaspoon chili powder1/2 teaspoon garlic powder3/4 teaspoon Chinese 5-Spice1 cup pecan pieces -- Oil for deep fryingChar Siu Turkey Breast4 ounces sugar1 ounce kosher salt1 ounce Chinese 5-Spice1 ounce cold water1 pound turkey breast, bonelessAssembly -- Won ton wrappers1 pound romaine lettuce, chopped Instructions To prepare the oranges, combine all ingredients. Cover and marinate overnight. To prepare the spice pecans, combine sugar, salt and spices. Deep fry pecans. Drain and immediately toss in sugar mixture while pecans are hot. Spread out into a shallow metal pan to drain and cool. Cover and reserve for service. To prepare the turkey, mix sugar, salt, 5-spice, and water until a paste is formed. Liberally coat turkey breast with the mixture. Smoke in a preheated 250F smoker oven for 2 hours or until the internal temperature registers 165F. Trim and thinly slice turkey breast. Cover, chill and reserve for service. Slice won ton wrappers and deep fry until crispy. Drain and sprinkle with coarse salt. Per salad, on a chilled plate or in a chilled salad bowl, place 4 ounces sliced turkey breast atop 4 ounces crisp romaine lettuce. Arrange salads with ginger spiced oranges and spiced pecans. Garnish with won ton crisps. Chef: Executive Chef Nando Belmonte, Islands Dining Room, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Orlando, Fla.