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Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw #12419
07/22/2010 02:05 PM
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we enjoyed this at a church function (buffet) and could never find out who made to get recipe. Delicious dish. Recipes and ideas appreciated.

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07/22/2010 05:56 PM
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Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: peconic] #12421
07/22/2010 09:46 PM
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Here's anoter.

Vietnamese Cole Slaw

11 oz. Chinese cabbage, finely shredded
3 stalks celery, finely sliced
1 med. carrot, cut into fine matchsticks
1 1/2 tbs oil
2 tbs shredded Vietnamese mint
1 tbs chopped garlic chives
1 tbs crisp fried onion

Dressing:
4 tbs rice vinegar
2 tbs castor sugar
1 tbs fish sauce
1 tbs lime juice
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1 med onion, finely sliced

Place the dressing ingredients in a small bowl and toss well to combine. Let stand at least 20 minutes so the onion absorbs the flavours.

Place the cabbage, celery, carrot, oil in a large bowl. Pour dressing over and toss well. Place on serving dishes and scatter over the mint, chives and crisp fried onion.
Enjoy!


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Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: annie] #12422
07/23/2010 10:43 AM
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I'm thinking that the church ladies use a recipe more like this:

CABBAGE/RAMEN NOODLE SALAD

&#9633; 1 pkg. chicken ramen noodles
&#9633; 5 to 6 c. shredded cabbage
&#9633; 1/4 c. green onions
&#9633; 2 tbsp. sesame seeds
&#9633; 1/2 c. slivered almonds (browned)

DRESSING:

&#9633; Flavor pkg. from noodles
&#9633; 3 tsp. vinegar
&#9633; 2 tsp. sugar
&#9633; 2 tsp. oil
&#9633; 1/2 tsp. pepper

Crush noodles slightly, put in colander and pour 1 cup boiling water over the noodles to soften. Drain well. Mix all salad ingredients except almonds. In a covered glass combine dressing ingredients. Shake well and pour over salad. Stir until evenly coated. Add almond and chill 2 to 3 hours before serving.

Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: Leagle49] #12423
07/24/2010 01:18 PM
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I use this same recipe, but with 2 pkgs. broccoli slaw in lieu of cabbage. So Good!

Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: annie] #12424
07/24/2010 07:05 PM
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Annie...sorry-what is castor sugar?

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07/24/2010 08:08 PM
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Anon, castor sugar is a very, very fine sugar that dissolves very rapidly. Supposedly you can make your own by putting granulated sugar in a food processor and whirring for a few seconds. Never tried that. I believe I got mine from King Arthur's web site. But I have made the recipe using granulated sugar. Seems to work ok.


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Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: annie] #12426
07/25/2010 12:20 AM
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Annie,
I learned from the ladies at Uncle Ernie's to use honey instead of sugar. That's how they make their stupendous cole slaw.
Tried it and it worked.
Cheers
irina
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08/17/2010 08:44 PM
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Foodnetwork's Guy Fieri has a great recipe for Asian slaw on their site I've made several times. He adds fried noodles for crunch. Yummy.

Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: fabila] #12428
08/18/2010 09:17 AM
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we now can get wasabi flavored crunchy noodles! WOW! they are great!


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Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: peconic] #12429
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Where did you find them? I would love that!

Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: LBI2SXM] #12430
08/25/2010 09:54 PM
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I've found them in the produce section with all the croutons.

Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: annie] #12431
10/03/2010 06:56 PM
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Annie,
I made your slaw recipe a couple weeks ago and we really enjoyed it. I made it again this weekend and turned it in to a main dish by adding shredded poached chicken, fresh bean sprouts and peanuts. I served lime wedges and Sriracha sauce on the side. Just thought I would share my variation.
Deb

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10/03/2010 08:59 PM
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Deb, glad you enjoyed it! Funny thing is the recipe does have chicken in it but I only use the cole slaw portion. I'll have to try it with the chicken the next time. Your variation sounds wonderful!


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Re: Asian slaw maybe calle Asian cole slaw [Re: peconic] #12433
10/06/2010 02:12 PM
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OMG, Brian I found them too at the supermarket in the produce isle and am addicted to them! Have you tried the Mexican flavored one? It's lower in calories and WW points so it's even better for me.


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