Friday, December 14, 2012

Happy TGIF:)

Hola…Wait, If we are sticking to theme it should be 你好 ?
Anyhoo, our first yummy little number is… Drum Roll Please…
 !Crunch Asian Salad!

So, today I’m slightly cheating. This IS from Pintrest and I did create this little yummy dish. I didn’t, however, make it last night, I made it for a girl party last Saturday and it seemed to be a hit!(people asking for the recipe = WINNING!) Besides, I happened to love it as well. This dish was very easy and for me that’s a MUST. I’m not one of those people that wants to spend hours cooking and have a huge clean up later, I would rather stick Easy Mac in a bowl and call it done.
Enjoy Kiddies!
Salad Rating: 8 of 10
What I love about this salad: It has a crunch to it, it’s inexpensive and it’s a little different from your usual salad.
This will feed several people*
What you’ll need..
1env.  (0.7 oz.) GOOD SEASONS Italian Dressing Mix
½ cup  sugar
2 Tbsp.  soy sauce
2 pkg.  (3 oz. each) ramen noodle soup mix
2 pkg.  (16 oz. each) coleslaw blend (cabbage slaw mix)
4 green onions, sliced
½ cup Dry Roasted Sunflower Kernels (next to the salad stuff, NOT in the peanut isle)
½ cup Sliced Almonds, toasted
*You’ll need white vinegar as well, that is on the directions for the dressing mix

PREPARE dressing mix in small bowl as directed on envelope. Stir in sugar and soy sauce.
BREAK apart Noodles; place in large bowl. Discard Seasoning Packets or reserve for another use. Add coleslaw blend, onions, sunflower kernels and nuts to noodles; mix lightly.
ADD dressing; toss to coat.

Enjoy a taste of Asia with a serving of this easy-to-make salad.
Dressing can be prepared ahead of time; refrigerate up to 24 hours before using. Noodles can also be crumbled the day before; place in resealable plastic bag along with the sunflower kernels and nuts. Seal bag and store at room temperature until ready to use to assemble salad.
Prepare using GOOD SEASONS Asian Sesame Dressing Mix.

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