My friend, Heather, called me yesterday to get this recipe. I had given it to her a few years back and she had misplaced it and wanted to make it for her upcoming fourth of July gathering. That got me to thinking that this would make an excellent guest post and since Rhoda is so quick on the trigger with her emails, we got it all set up last night! Mama and I first had this amazingly delicious slaw at the Red Rooster Bed and Breakfast in Cullman, Alabama when we were on a quilting retreat. We went back for seconds and then asked for the recipe! I am thrilled to bring this to you today, courtesy of Rhoda of Southern Hospitality.
Broccoli and Ramen Noodle Salad - KitchMe
Super easy Asian inspired slaw with crunchy, raw ramen noodles give this Asian twist on an old American favorite. Crunchy, fresh, colorful…that is how I view slaw, or coleslaw. I really like fresh slaw and skip the pre-made stuff. The super healthy, crunchy veggies and an approving nod from Mr. Craftiness makes this a super winner in our house. Super winner because Miss B approves too!
Crack Slaw, an Asian Cole Slaw Recipe
Have you ever tried ramen noodle salad before? Try it out for yourself this weekend! I have always used chicken flavored ramen, but there are so many flavor options out there that would be fun to experiment with. Then, let the salad sit in the refrigerator for at least an hour before serving.
I walk away from every one of his get-togethers with a recipe I have to make. Growing up, my Great Aunt Dorothy was the keeper of the Fourth of July holiday — she had a cookout each and every year for extended family. This recipe is a combination of coleslaw, almonds, sunflower seeds, green onions and crushed Ramen noodles, tossed together with a sweetly seasoned dressing. Leave a review below, then snap a picture and tag thebrowneyedbaker on Instagram so I can see it!