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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.
15 min
15 min
9 servings, 1 cup each
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I'm not jazzing on Italian dressing lately so I used their Asian Toasted Sesame (left over from another Kraft recipe) instead and we really liked it. So simple to make!
We love, love, love the recipe. This has become one of our favorite recipes. My family loves it and it is requested for all large family gatherings.
Wonderful, crunchy, healthy!
Everytime I take this to parties everyone loves it.
I love this recipe!!! I prefer cashews instead of the almonds though!
we have this one a few times a month!!! don't use the italian dressing, but rather red wine vinegar, oil, ramen seasoning, and sugar.... don't use sunflower seeds, but do use crushed almonds (i just use a mallot to crush the whole almonds)
It was a big hit at a church dinner. I was asked to share the recipe.
This is a family favorite, often requested for family get togethers! We love it!
I use regular coleslaw in my recipe. I have used the ramon noodles and the chinesse noodles too. It always comes out great. Always have someone that raves about it. Even taste better the next day except the noodles and mushy. I wish there was a way to keep them crunchy. Always works.
Overall this recipe was a great starting point, but after reading several comments and reviews, I did change it up quite a bit! I used coleslaw instead of the broccoli slaw and it was fine, plus that is what I had on hand. I also halved the recipe and it fed a faculty (at a school) of about 14 people. They had a taste or two and everyone raved about it and wanted the recipe and wanted me to make it again and soon=) I added a lite Asian Sesame with Ginger and soy dressing (1/2 cup) and a little of the Kraft Italian dressing (1/4 cup). I also used the oriental ramen and it turned out great. I also used a can of drained mandarin oranges to top off the salad once I mixed it all up. With the green and orange, it worked out nicely for the St. Patrick's Day party my school's faculty had today. So, if you are willing to tweak the recipe, it should work out good. I will definitely make this recipe again, but with the changes I made. Thank you to all the people who left recipe tips!!!
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