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Crunchy Asian Broccoli Coleslaw

Crunchy Asian Broccoli Coleslaw recipe
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Ramen noodles and toasted almonds give our Crunchy Asian Broccoli Coleslaw crowd-pleasing crunch and flavor.
15 min
15 min
9 servings, 1 cup each
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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!
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.
Love this slaw recipe, quick, easy, family likes it. It also tastes good using an Asian salad dressing instead of Italian
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.
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I substituted Kraft Asian Ginger dressing instead of the Italian and it was very good. My husband really enjoys this recipe.
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.
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.
super easy. great crowd pleaser.a definite keepr
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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