Asian Slaw

Asian Slaw

 

Asian Slaw is a recipe that my family and neighbors have used for years.  This recipe makes plenty but it stays good for a few days.  I use it as a side to lots of dishes.  It is a great compliment to steak, pork, chicken and tuna.   This can be made very quickly and simply by using a bag of cabbage slaw.  I sometimes like to use a fresh head of green cabbage,  and some purple if you like, when I have time to chop it up.  After you put the salad together, let it sit for at least 8 hours. (longer only makes it better)  

 

Asian Slaw

2 pkg. beef flavored ramen noodles

1 head of cabbage OR 1 large bag of coleslaw

5-6 green onions, chopped

1/4 c. sunflower seeds

3/4 c. olive oil or vegetable oil

1/4 c. vinegar

1/3 c. sugar

 

Crush the ramen noodles in the package.  Open the ramen noodle packages and pour into a large bowl.  Keep the beef flavored seasoning packet to the side.  Layer the chopped cabbage or the bag of coloeslaw (dry) over the noodles.  Top with the green onions and sunflower seeds.  In a separate bowl, mix the two beef seasoning packets with the oil, vinegar and sugar.  After mixing well, pour mixture over salad.  Cover and let sit for at least 8 hours.  Mix salad before serving. 

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