|Low Protein Cookery for Phenylketonuria|
|by Virginia E. Schuett|
Much more than a cookbook, Low Protein Cookery for Phenylketonuria (PKU) is a practical and easy-to-use guide for those who must maintain a protei...
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Break uncooked noodles into large bowl. ... dressing. Refrigerate. Keeps for several days. Good as a side dish or with grilled chicken as a Summer entree salad.
Pour dressing over salad. Toss and serve immediately.
Combine cabbage, onions and crumbled noodles in large bowl. Mix well and add to salad.
Toast almonds in ... little longer. Set aside to cool. Crush noodles in packages. Then reserve flavor packets for dressing. (Use low heat to toast almonds.)
Mix dressing and shake well. (Hosterman)
Crush uncooked ramen noodles on baking sheet. ... top with baked ramen mix. Add dressing and mix well together. Salt and pepper to taste. Chill and serve.
Mix dressing first. Make salad; add dressing. Toss and serve.
Mix cabbage and onions. Just before serving add almonds, sesame seeds and crushed Top Ramen noodles. Then pour dressing over top and toss well.
Mix cabbage, green ... cabbage and onion. Crumble raw Ramen noodles over cabbage mixture. A few minutes before serving, pour dressing over top and mix well.
Break uncooked noodles into a large ... mixing well. Can be combined earlier allowing the noodles to absorb the dressing. Refrigerate. Keeps for several days.
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