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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:
5/22/2008
I have made this twice for two different parties and both times it was a hit thanks
posted:
5/18/2008
I used Kraft Caesar light dressing.The combination of flavors were perfect! I cut the recipe in half and it is still enough to bring as a side dish to a picnic or party.
posted:
5/7/2008
My mom made this for "the girls night out" party and I was against trying it, but she insisted that I would love it... So I tried it and it is so good! Very light and refreshing! This is definately my new favorite salad!
posted:
5/2/2008
My husband loved this and so did I. But it makes a big batch of it - which would be great for a picnic... Otherwise I'd cut it in half.
posted:
5/2/2008
It wasn't like the asian slaw that I have had before needed some sugar in the dressing I believe
posted:
5/1/2008
I added 1/3 C more dressing and the extra soup packet. I also used the chicken-flavored ramen. This was a good side.
posted:
5/1/2008
it is simply and very tasty!!!
posted:
4/30/2008
this is as good and loved by all as another slaw I make called "Race track slaw". This is easier than the one I am always asked to make for gatherings.I plan to make this again today for potlck fellowship at church.
posted:
4/27/2008
a little salty, so may want to substitute the ramen seasoning packet or just leave out. i used cashews instead and it was good also.
posted:
4/23/2008
The first time I made this I found the Italian dressing to be way too much. I used Ranch the second time around and my family liked it better. I would imagine the Asian Sesame dressing would be good in this as well.
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