Asian Slaw – Guest Blogger!

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Asian slaw

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. Fortunately, I remembered seeing it on my blogging buddy Rhoda’s site and just sent her there to get it! 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. I know you’ll enjoy her post, this dish, and then a visit to her blog after wards! If you’re going to make this for a crowd, be sure you double it! Thank you, Rhoda!



Dry ramen noodles

Have you had this Asian slaw recipe before? What a great time of the year for something cool and delicious like this. It seems to be one that has been passed around in the last few years in one form or another and it really is a great recipe for a party. It serves a lot of people and most folks seem to like it, with a sweet oil and vinegar mixture that is very good. Most men seem to like it too.
Asian slaw


*Christy’s Note: If slaw mix isn’t available where you are, just use two cups of shredded cabbage in it’s place.

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  1. This is one of my favorite summer salads, but I don’t mix it all up with the dressing until just before serving … that way the noodles stay a little bit crunchy. But it’s great even as leftovers!

    Good with chicken flavor Ramen noodles also!

  2. We used to make this in college all the time, but called it Chinese Chicken Salad ’cause we used Chicken flavored Ramen…..when you’re poor and in college, it’s all about the Ramen….we would sit and eat the entire salad right out of the bowl.

    I stumbled upon your site yesterday and am thrilled, I haven’t gotten through the whole thing, but so many of these recipes are what I grew up on. I just moved to Florence less than 2 years ago and it’s such a refreshing change to be around true Southerners. I left Orlando after almost 40 years, and Florida is NOT the south. The recipes on this site remind bring back so many memories of my mom, my grandmom (who was from Missouri) and my best freind’s mom who was from Kentucky. All good southern ladies and great southern cooks! I feel sorry for Yankees, they just don’t KNOW! LOL

    I made the ‘puh-men-ah’ cheese yesterday and it’s gone already – I had been making the Bobby Deen’s recipe, which is delicious, but yours is so much easier and I swear I like it as much!!! Tomorrow, I’m going to try the chicken divan.

    I love your site!

  3. I have been looking every where for this recipe! I used to eat it al the time at church pot lucks. I have since gotten married and moved, so every now and again I crave one of my childhood staples. This is the pecipe to a T. Thankyou!

  4. Regarding your Asian Slaw recipe, it calls for 2 packages of Ramen noodles. My question is: do you put these into the salad bowl cooked or uncooked? Thank you for your responce. I’m looking forward to making this slaw!

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