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5 Minute Thai Slaw

5 Minute Thai Slaw recipe
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It's hard to believe that this awesome Thai-inspired coleslaw only takes 5 minutes to put together. Hard to believe—but entirely true!
time
prep:
5 min
total:
5 min
servings
total:
2 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
7/20/2005
Very easy to make and great for a packed lunch! I crushed the peanuts and used leftover grilled chicken. Will definitely make this again.
posted:
7/17/2005
1 tsp. dried cilantro, added to the dressing a little while before mixing it all up, seemed to work as well as getting the fresh stuff. I used left-over grilled chicken that I already had on hand. Very tasty, quick, and no need to heat up the kitchen!
posted:
6/30/2005
This was very simple to put together and a nice change from regular coleslaw. My whole family enjoyed it!
posted:
6/28/2005
I added fresh mung bean sprouts, and ground ginger to the dressing.
posted:
6/21/2005
I added a little curry powder to this. It was excellent
posted:
6/14/2005
My family really enjoyed this dish. It had a fresh taste to an old recipe.
posted:
9/13/2004
Very exotic. Great for impressing company!
posted:
8/29/2004
Although delicious as is, I added a little curry to the Mayo and lemon dressing, threw in some red grapes, and was able to add a little variety for company who had previously enjoyed the orig. recipe. Really love a recipe this good and able to prepare in just a few minutes!
posted:
6/13/2004
I found this very refreshing although my husband felt it was a bit bland and colorless. I think I will try adding a few very thin slices of red onion and red bell pepper next time to make it a bit more lively and appealing.
posted:
6/12/2004
Refreshing with the alternative cilantro and peanut...great the second day too!
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