Sunday, September 9, 2007

Scared's Chinese Slaw

I just made the recipe below (courtesy of my friend Stacey) and it was so simple and good I had to blog about it right away. Let me tell you, it was a challenge just to put the fork down and sit myself in front of the computer to type this out. I can't wait to take it for lunch this week. I apologize for the absence of pictures, my camera is on assignment again. Scared's Chinese Cole Slaw (with my adaptations, because I was using what I had on hand) 1 package cooked chicken or beef ramen noodles, seasoning aside 1 bag of broccoli slaw 1 c. mixed sunflower seeds, cashews, almonds, and raisins (called dieter's mix and can be found at Whole Foods) 1/3 c. tarragon vinegar 1/3 c. oil (I used macadamia nut oil) 1/3 c. sugar or splenda seasoning packet Place cooked noodles, slaw and nut mix in bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk oil, seasoning packet, sugar and vinegar until emulsified. Pour dressing over slaw and enjoy.

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MUKDlady said...

I'm intrigued... But what is "Broccoli slaw"???

Leslie said...

It is julienned broccoli, but it's made up of the trunk part of the broccoli, so it is super crisp and healthy too! Usually comes in a bag next to the lettuces and the slaw typically has some carrots and red cabbage mixed in.

atlanta social said...

That looks good!