This recipe is ALWAYS a hit...with kids too! I used to call in my 'Million Dollar Salad' because buying the sesame seeds was so expensive. Now I buy the sesame seeds in bulk at a health food store and it's much more affordable.
"Chopped apple adds fruity sweetness, color & crunch to the tangy cabbage in this flavorful slaw. It's a refreshing side dish any time of the year. Mom stored apples & cabbage in the root cellar, so she fixed this dish frequently to feed our big family." -- Lucile Proctor
I guarantee when you taste this you will be making this all the time! If you are not a lover of sesame oil then just use 6 tablespoons vegetable oil, to make things easier you may use packaged coleslaw mix or broccoli slaw, I suggest to pour the dressing onto only the salad you will be using right away as it tends to get soggy if left in the fridge with the full amount of dressing ;-)
I created this easy California-cuisine inspired recipe when I was spending way too much time on pregnancy nutrition. It's a great source of iron, fiber, protein, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12.
Refreshing, quick and easy. Use as a salad or salsa. Fill a wrap, top a plate of greens or grilled fish, meat or chicken. The frozen corn chills the salad down which adds to the refreshing taste for hot summer days! You can go mild or kick it up with a jalapeno or smokey chipotles! Yes, parsley can be use in place of the cilantro.
My DH loves anything with nuts added.
Needless to say this salad went down very well!
This is a very quick & easy dish to prepare and serve, great just as a salad type dish or with steamed rice as a side dish.
A fresh/zippy salad that can be made well in advance and served with a dollop of sour cream and chives/parsley/cilantro as a garnish or alongside fish, rice or something else fun.
Mango may be used in addition to or in place of the banana.
I developed this recipe to combine the delicious flavors of Island and Latin food with Californian cuisene.
This is a unique Singaporean dish from chef Chris Yeo at Straits Restaurant in San Jose, California. Banana blossoms are on the end of the stem holding a cluster of bananas. You should be able to find it in your local Asian food markets.
Banana Flowers look impressive hanging from their strong stalks, they look equally impressive when served up alongside a traditional green banana curry and saffron rice.
The Indians and Thais have used banana flowers in their cooking for centuries. The large and heavy flower is packed with potassium, magnesium and iron and is large enough to provide a hearty and healthy dish for two to three people