|Chinese Feasts & Festivals: A Cookbook|
|by S. C. Moey|
The rich culinary tradition of China is largely inspired by a calendar year filled with joyous occasions for eating, drinking and making merry.
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Cook Ramen noodles ... Toast almonds and sunflower seeds in olive oil. Add to cabbage mixture when cool. Combine dressing and toss slaw at the last minute.
Mix together. Just before serving mix 1 cup mayonnaise with 2 tablespoons soy sauce and add to first mixture and 2 cups chow mein noodles; toss.
Mix all ingredients in jar; pour dressing over cabbage mixture and just before serving, top with Chinese noodles.
Heat sesame seeds in oil over medium heat until brown. Cool to lukewarm. Add water, vinegar, sugar, soy sauce and seasoning packet for soup mix. Stir ...
Mix cole slaw mix, green onions ... vinegar and chicken Ramen seasoning. Add to cole slaw mix 2 hours before serving. Top with sunflower seeds, if desired.
Mix cole slaw, onions, sunflower ... aside. Mix oil, sugar, vinegar, seasoning packet together and refrigerate 1/2 hour. Pour dressing over salad and serve.
Mix together all ... except the noodles and seasoning packet. Crumble the noodles on top of the slaw. Shake well and pour over cold slaw JUST BEFORE serving.
Add just before serving. Brown noodles, almonds and sesame seeds in the butter and cool. Add green onions and cole slaw.
Mix oil, vinegar, sugar and beef flavor packet. In large bowl, mix slaw, noodles, and sunflower seeds. Pour dressing over top and mix.
Make the dressing ... to serve, toss cole slaw mix and onions with noodles and dressing. Salad will keep for several days but noodles will not be as crunchy.
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