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I like the flavor of this. I prefer a little heat in it so will add some next time. My peanut butter was pure peanut so I added a dash of sugar. I also felt it needed salt. I like the idea below of putting the dressing on noodles.

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Ambervim January 09, 2012

This was excellent! I substituted sesame tahini for the peanut butter, and added some crushed red pepper flake (about a tablespoon), and this was great on cold soba noodles with veggies. I was really just looking for a good asian-style dressing for cold noodle salads, and I think this was just the ticket. I even put some of the dressing onto some shrimp before throwing them onto the grill and even that was delicious. The only thing I would want to change would be the spice level- I LOVE spicy food!. I think I will add some chili-garlic paste to it next time around, but this is definitely going into the book for future use! Thanks so much for the recipe!!

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mstan1369 June 20, 2011

I just love Asian coleslaw and enjoyed this version with the peanut butter. Thanks Kitten! Get well quickly!

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Sharon123 January 04, 2008

This was very good, but I prefer the sweeter version of Asian coleslaw so I added 2 tablespoons of granulated sugar to the dressing. With the sugar, it was 5 stars. Thanks for the recipe!

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Claire #3 July 27, 2007

First of all, this had a great flavor! I used a bag of broccoli slaw, and added green onions and cilantro. (I didn't have the red peppers.) The slaw had good flavor; however, I would suggest not putting the dressing on the whole batch, if you're not going to eat it all at once, as the slaw gets too soggy, after sitting.

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Belinda in Austin, TX July 06, 2007
Asian Coleslaw