Cabbage Salad

Cabbage Salad Recipe

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April Ware


Great variation of Cabbage Slaw.


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2 Hr
10 Min


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    salad: head of cabbage (chopped)
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    8 green onions (chopped)
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    2 packages of ramon noodles soup (use noodles only, crumbled finely)
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    ½ c. sesame seeds
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    ¾ c. sliced almonds
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    1 stick of butter
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    optional-1 c. red/purple cabbage/carrotts
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    four strips of bacon fried crispy
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    dressing: 1 c. oil (virgin olive oil is best, but vegetable oil is okay)
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    ¼ c. sugar
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    2t. accent
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    1t. salt
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    1t. pepper

How to Make Cabbage Salad


  1. Salad:
    Mix Cabbage and Green onions together in a large bowl with a lid.
    Brake up Ramon Noodles finely and mix into cabbage mixture and refrigerate.
    Lightly brown sesame seeds in a tablespoon of butter. Cool completely.
    Add to Cabbage and toss, return to refrigerator.
  2. Dressing:
    Mix together and pour over cabbage just before serving. Mix up a double batch of dressing if you like and let guest add their own.

    Top cabbage with crispy bacon (crumbled)

    To add more color I sometimes add chopped purple cabbage and shredded carrots ( I use a potato peeler to get very thin strips of carrot and then cut into small pieces)

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About Cabbage Salad

Course/Dish: Other Salads
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #cabbage

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