2–3as a main course .
Crisp, crunchy, and wonderfully colorful, this salad is simple enough for a solitary lunch or festive enough for a party. It combines a luxury meat with the most humble and inexpensive of vegetables, a yin-yang duality common in Chinese cuisine. Mustard sauce, a Cantonese accompaniment, gives the salad sparkle. Sesame sauce, a northern touch, gives it depth.