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I quadrupled this recipe using 3 pkgs of broccoli slaw and a regular cole slaw. I also added a very generous dash of sesame oil and soy sauce to the dressing. I made this for my friends daughters graduation party and I could hear all the guests raving. Thanks for making me look good!

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Michelle S. June 29, 2010

Excellent recipe!!! Cider vinegar makes a huge difference as well as browning the noodles and nuts! I also added the sunflower seeds to the pan!! Yummy!

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krazyykitten April 26, 2009

Fast and easy to make and it tasted great!

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Goralka September 29, 2008

I also made this using the receipe from the Food Network website/Paula Deen. I eat a vegan diet, so I use Top Ramen Noodles, Oriental Flavor. YUM! Top is the only brand of Ramen noodles that I know of that doesn't have beef extract and is vegan.

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txartcgal December 27, 2007

Yummy!! I made this after watching Paula Dean make it on the food network. It is a big hit with my family. I usually substitute cabbage coleslaw (my preference). I am startng to get requests for this recipe already. A definite keeper. Cathy

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Cathy Taylor May 31, 2007

this recipe was featured on the Paula Dean show on 3/13/07. I use seasoned rice vinegar & 1/2 C. slivered almonds when I make it. Always very,very good!!!

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Carol G. March 16, 2007
Asian Broccoli Slaw