Thursday, May 8, 2008

Asian Coleslaw Salad

by Priyanka posted at 1:44 PM 8 comments

I tried this recipe at P' uncle's place in Atlanta. One of their friends found this amazing recipe online- They did give me the recipe but i misplaced it someplace and never found it again. Racking my brains to remember the ingredients and taste of this salad and by trial and error i finally recreated the dish. Its one of P's and my cousin's favorite.


1 packet maggi noodles (you can use top ramen too)
1 cup grated carrot
1 cup grated or shredded cabbage or ( 2 cups of ready-made coleslaw-fresh)
1/2 cup green onions chopped
3 tbsp sliced almonds
2 tbsp sunflower kernels
salt to taste
2 tsp sugar or as per taste
1/3 cup plain white vinegar

1. Semi-crush the maggi noodles. Keep aside the masala.
2. Add in the rest of the ingredients, mix well and set aside for 5-6 hours. When the noodles turn soft the salad is ready- garnish with almonds, green onions and serve.

Comments 8 comments
SMN said...

Priyanka, Salad luks very yummy..

Aparna said...

Maggi in a salad. My daughter would love this for sure.
Thanks for dropping by my blog

Asha said...

Love coleslaw, Asian twist is a great idea!:)

easycrafts said...

Never heard of this before...sounds interesting

Arundathi said...

thats quite a cool concept - don't cook the noodles? how interesting! I must try this!

sra said...

That looks very unusual, Priyanka. The noodles turn soft just because of the moisture released by the salt and the vinegar and the veggies? Interesting!

Vani said...

how simple! must taste yum!

Sagari said...

coleslaw looks very refreshing

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