Saturday, December 11, 2010

Oriental Coleslaw

I've had two requests for this salad recipe this week, so decided to put it on my blog for all to enjoy! Last Saturday I went to Council Bluffs and spent the day with a fun group called Quilts From the Bluffs. They do LOTS of mission quilts and I helped them for a while that day. We had all kinds of yummy foods and this salad is what I took to share. One of the ladies asked for the recipe and another lady from here in Bedford, that was at a funeral dinner that I'd taken it to, wanted the recipe, so here goes!

Oriental Salad-This recipe came from the Scrap Happy Quilt Guild Cookbook - Clarinda, Iowa

1 bag cabbage 2 or 3 green onions - chopped

1/2 cup slivered almonds

1/2 cup sunflower seeds

1 can water chestnuts - chopped - I didn't put these in this weeks salads, optional

1 package Ramen noodles, crumbled - don't add until ready to serve

Dressing:1/2 cup veg oil ( I use slightly less) 1/2 cup sugar

1/3 cup white vinegar

Beef seasoning from noodle package.

Mix together and pour over cabbage mixture when ready to serve. Hope you like it, it's one of my favorites. This is one salad that I like to serve here at the Farmer's Dotter Retreats! Please check out my website, if ya haven't already... Thanks for taking a look and check out some of my favorite blogs too. There's a lot of neat bloggers out there!

1 comment:

  1. That's one of my very favorite recipes in the whole world! I use chicken Ramon mix, too. Depends on my mood. I cut back on my oil and add extra vinegar, though I use apple cider vinegar not white. I love vinegar. Yummy!