Recipe by Agnes DiFonzo
This broccoli slaw in delicious - given to me by a friend so I don't know where it originated. It's better freshly made and not refrigerated. You can buy broccoli slaw in the prepackaged lettuce area of most supermarkets.
Top Review by Clarely
I have made this twice now, and it's been a HIT each time. I use 1/3 cup each of olive oil, vinegar & sugar for the dressing and then have added a teaspoon of sesame oil. I've used a combo of Oriental Ramen and Chicken Ramen which has been fine. I can only find dry roasted sunflower seeds, but they have fit well. I toasted the almonds which I think adds some good flavor. Both times I've made this, I put the slaw & green onions in a big bowl, put the nuts & ramen in tupperware, and kept the dressing in a mason jar until I was at the party, then mix it all together when I arrive so the ramen stays crunchy.
- 340.19 g package broccoli coleslaw mix
- 2 bunch green onion tops, chopped
- 2 (170.09 g) package chicken-flavored ramen noodles
- 236.59 ml slivered almonds
- 236.59 ml sunflower seeds
- 236.59 ml oil (I used olive)
- 118.29 ml white vinegar
- 118.29 ml sugar
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix slaw, chopped onions, noodles only from Ramen noodles (crush them with your hands), almonds and sunflower seeds together in bowl.
- Make dressing w/oil, vinegar, sugar, and add the 2 packets of flavoring from the Ramen noodles.
- Add dressing to your taste- I used about half.
- Note: Instead of white vinegar and sugar, I used 1/2 cup of flavored rice vinegar.