by Bracha Rotberg
I went a little light on the oil and sugar measurements. You can also use a little sesame oil as part of your total oil measurement.
Photography: Hudi Greenberger.
Food Styling: Renee Muller.
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This was fantastic! I used roasted unsalted almonds and sunflower seeds.
Delicious. I doubled the cabbage and kept all other measurements the same.
Ramen noodles I have Gluten free issues in the family. Do you know if ramen noodles are gluten free? If not, can thin rice noodles be substituted for these noodles? This really looks like a nice change and addition. Thanks, Esther Leah
HI Esther Leah.
Rice noodles are really thin. And sensitive. Therefore, while I would say for a pasta dish you could totally cook them according to package (which, by the way, is usually to just soak in hot water and not to cook) but for this cole slaw, I don’t know what will happen exactly when you pour the dressing over the noodles. It might actually be good. I don’t know if it will be too mushy. Try some and please let me know how it comes out.
Thanks for your reply. Esther Leah
I make this all the time. So easy and always a hit!
Should the ramen noodles be cooked? The recipe doesn’t mention it but in the picture the ramen looks cooked. Thanks
Nope- they keep them crunchy for this salad.
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