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9/29/2007 This is so good! Easy and quick to prepare, tasty too. I needed a side dish for Thai-Style Grilled Chicken W/ Spicy Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce and came across this. They made a great pair. It also is WW friendy, how cool is that...It's a keeper. Thanks, Sharon123 for posting. Update. Made again this time served it with Thai Chicken Breasts. Excellent meal. Worthy of 10+ stars. A must make.
Recipe turned out well. Served with thai chicken. Everyone at work said what smells so good? Thanks.
Very nice base recipe to make as is or use as a foundation for getting creative. I didn't have the right ingredients so had to make some substitutions: I used green bell pepper for the red bell pepper; I had no fresh cilantro so used those frozen Israeli cilantro cubes from Trader Joe's and cooked them in (can't use frozen cubes for a garnish!) Then as a garnish I chopped up some peanuts in the cuisinart. Very yummy. I'll also try the recipe exactly as listed, but will continue to use it as a base recipe from which to innovate. P.S. I agree with the reviewer who said it is very tasty as a cold salad the next day!
Good salad. I only made half a recipe but was very good served with Warm Thai Chicken Salad. Very good, light and nutritious.
My kids and I loved this recipe. It was an added bonus that it was a weight watchers. We liked it even better cold the next day. Great bento box item.
what a flavor punch with so few calories! I wasn't too sure what chili paste with garlic was so I used sambal oelek instead. Might throw in some bean sprouts at the very end next time. Thanks for sharing and I'll definitely be making this again.
Very good and easy side dish. Even the kids ate their cabbage! I didn't care for the red bell pepper in the dish, but my husband thought it was a great addition. We'll definitely be enjoying this one again. Thanks for posting.
Good dish - easy to make. I used a bag of slaw mix and added red peppers to it. That way I didn't have to slice the cabbage or carrots so it was much faster to make on a busy night. I love that it was low cal, low fat. Thank you
really tasty and so easy and quick to prepare. i cut this recipe in half, used the juice of 1 lime and cut the thai chili paste to 1/2 tsp and it was perfect for the family.
This is a very good recipe. I made a half recipe because it's just me and the hub. I bought my first jars of Chili with Garlic Paste and Fish Sauce for this recipe. I'm glad I did. Although I like a bit of spice (medium), it was a bit too spicy for me. I'll cut back the chili paste by half next time. I served it alongside recipe 111781 Warm Thai Chicken Salad and Mojitos to drink. This is going in my 'Make Again' file. Thanks for posting.