Labor Day picnic food! My sister is gluten intolerant so this made a nice side dish to bring to a family picnic. I've had this recipe for years with one small change -- I use peanuts instead of sunflower seeds. The peanuts are added at that last minute to keep them as crunchy as possible. My sister loved it. :)
I had a bag of broccoli slaw and remembered this recipe. I served it right away and it still had a good flavor. The sunflower seeds add a great crunch and the peas make it stand out in appearance from regular cole slaw. I served these with Tuna Burgers (DiScharf) and my teenaged son ate both without complaint. Thanks Leslie! Roxygirl
Very easy and delicious. Whole family loved it. Thank you for posting.
This is a very good salad, quick too! I loved everything about it and will definitely be serving it again. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Very good salad! The dressing has a great flavor. I used Splenda and left out the onions. The peas and sunflower seeds work very well with the coleslaw. Perfect for a BBQ or a potluck.
Excellent! I have made this at least 3 times with a few additions, added sliced almonds on top of each serving. Another time I added dry Chinese noodles on top. The sunflower seeds are key to this recipe. It is a keeper! Thanks for posting!
I just loved this ! It took very little time to do , was sooo easy and , very pretty to look at too !!! My slaw mix had carrots in it so , with the green peas , orange carrots and , black poppy seeds this was just lovely !!! It was so good , just the right tang !! Not too sweet and not too sour !Perfect !