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Crunchy Asian Broccoli Coleslaw

Crunchy Asian Broccoli Coleslaw recipe
photo by:kraft
Ramen noodles and toasted almonds give our Crunchy Asian Broccoli Coleslaw crowd-pleasing crunch and flavor.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
9 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
4/5/2009
I've made this twice now, and my hubby raves about it! I like it too, but I think there is just a little something missing. I added fresh cilantro this time which added a nice fresh flavor. I think next time I will add a little sugar to the dressing, or use an Asian dressing as suggetsted by another member. It needs just a hint of sweetness, but altogether a good recipe!
posted:
3/31/2009
My brother really liked this recipe a lot. I too thought it was good but next time will use an asian dressing instead of the Italian.
posted:
2/16/2009
Love this slaw recipe, quick, easy, family likes it. It also tastes good using an Asian salad dressing instead of Italian
posted:
1/5/2009
I made this dish with toasted sesame dressing because I really wanted it to taste asian. I didn't have sunflower kernels so I added sugar snap peas. And I cut this recipe in half because I'm the only one in my family that eats "rabbit food". It was very good and had a nice crunch to it, however when it was refrigerated it did not taste half as good. So I recommend cutting the recipe in half because it doesn't taste good left over.
posted:
1/1/2009
Is the first time I see it
posted:
11/15/2008
I substituted Kraft Asian Ginger dressing instead of the Italian and it was very good. My husband really enjoys this recipe.
posted:
11/2/2008
This was good and super easy to make. I left out the green onions and almonds because my hubby & I don't like them, and I added pine nuts which were really good. I also used a little extra Italian dressing. I'd definitely make this again.
posted:
10/15/2008
This was very good. The only thing I might change is let the noodles sit just a little bit before serving...they were a little too crunchy for me. Otherwise- great recipe.
posted:
9/22/2008
super easy. great crowd pleaser.a definite keepr
posted:
9/8/2008
I cut this recipe in half for a small gathering, tasted great added a little soy sauce to spice things up and some sugar as others had recommended, tasted great and it was a quick and easy side dish
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