Super easy and very good. I stir-fried some chicken to help encourage my kids to eat it - and they did! Will definitely make again.
Broccoli Slaw with Oranges and Crunchy Noodles
sigmakap95 Posted: 10/22/10
Emscot20 Posted: 02/17/11
This recipe was great but I will admit, I tweaked it. I thought there was too much going on and it added a lot of extra fats (sunflower seeds). I omitted the celery, carrot, sunflower seed and chestnuts. I brought the oil down to 3 TBSP and I swapped mandarin oranges for the fresh. I also added some more toasted almonds. I cut the fat in half and did not sacrafice the flavor.
Pleahy Posted: 10/26/10
This was so simple. I cut everything up before going off to work and then had my husband add the dressing just before I got home. Very tasty, simple and great flavor. It lasted for 2 meals.
CourtneyH685 Posted: 05/26/11
The dressing on this slaw is the perfect blend of spicy, salty, and sweet. I loved the combination of crunchy veggies, though I omitted the water chestnuts and green onions. I also decided to forgo the sunflower seeds, almonds, and crunchy noodles and topped the slaw with toasted sesame seeds, instead.
MadamMaddyKJ26 Posted: 05/27/11
Very good! Love the oranges and the crunch of the noodles. Plus, i love the extra kick from the red pepper!
Kathryn2000 Posted: 05/18/11
LOVE it... one of my new favorites. I made it exactly as described and wouldn't change a thing.
cpalma Posted: 08/28/11
I also omitted the sunflower seeds and the ramen noodles to lower the fat. I also used 1/4 cup of oil instead of 1/3 C. I used a broccoli slaw mix and some coleslaw mix to eliminate all the chopping. It was quite good. The dressing is very good. I would make this again. I might use chow mein noodles next time and eliminate the almonds.
Margorita Posted: 07/10/12
Nice & healthy! Great for a light dinner during the hot summer. I added a red pepper and omitted all nuts (allergy). I totally forgot about the Ramen & will add it tomorrow for some crunch The dressing is good but I'll probably run out. Store bought yummy ginger dressing would work nicely. I also poached a few chicken breasts and added that to it. A rotisserie chicken would work just as well. Will definitely make this again, it's a wonderful veggie boost.
brendaprowse Posted: 04/09/12
I followed the recipe though doubled it. A huge pottery bowl was mounded up with the bright colored vegetables. Dressing wasn't added until just before serving at the Easter Buffet for a group of 20 friends. Everyone loved this salad: the bowl was emptied in the first half hour. It has just the right crunchiness, saltiness and sweetness. Definitely will make it again.
Joutesgab Posted: 11/24/13
Excellent version of this salad.