Ramen Broccoli Slaw Salad

"This is my friend Karen's recipe and it's awesome. Great variation of cole slaw. Cooking time includes several hours to chill."
 
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Ready In:
3hrs 15mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Spread almonds on a cookie sheet & top with sesame and sunflower seed. Toast in oven at 350 for 10 minutes. Put aside to cool.
  • Mix ramen noodle seasoning packet with the oil, sugar, vinegar & pepper.
  • Mix the broccoli and green onions together. Add the seeds and toss.
  • If you are going to serve within several hours, add the ramen noodles at this point and add the dressing.
  • Toss and chill several hours before serving.
  • If you are making the day before, don’t add the noodles until several hours before serving.
  • Enjoy!

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Reviews

  1. PaulaG
    A great refreshing slaw. The ramen noodles were broken up and browned along with the seeds. Splenda was used for the sugar and a cider vinegar was used. This went very well with Recipe #208264. Made for *Diabetic Awareness Day Tag*
     
  2. WendyLouise
    I love this slaw! I make a batch of it once a week. Due to allergies, I leave out the sesame and almonds. I also use agave syrup instead of sugar. Because I am single, this takes me several days to eat. I like to withhold the ramen noodles until immediately before eating so they stay crunchy. (I just smash them up and keep them aside in a little container and sprinkle them on top of the portion I take.)
     
  3. guestnurse hillman
    wonderful summer salad
     
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  1. WendyLouise
    I love this slaw! I make a batch of it once a week. Due to allergies, I leave out the sesame and almonds. I also use agave syrup instead of sugar. Because I am single, this takes me several days to eat. I like to withhold the ramen noodles until immediately before eating so they stay crunchy. (I just smash them up and keep them aside in a little container and sprinkle them on top of the portion I take.)
     

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