|by Joanne Asala|
This spiral-bound index card size book contains dozens of traditional recipes from Ukrainian-American kitchens.
Results 1 - 10 of 50 for red cabbage noodles
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Shred cabbage (like Mozzarella cheese) ... cabbage is browned, mix with cooked bow ties. Cook bow ties as directed on bag. Add salt and pepper as desired.
Shred cabbage. Slice whole ... stirring often. Crunch noodles (rolling pin works). ... over salad when ready to serve. Can add cut up chicken for luncheon.
Combine cabbage, chopped green onions, Ramen noodles (broken). Sprinkle in ... pour over mixture. Let stand for 2 to 3 hours. Serve. Keeps for several days.
Toast sesame seeds ... minutes. Break up noodles. Add seeds, almonds, cabbage, onions and ... packet and pepper. Pour dressing over salad just before serving.
Toast almonds and ... without oil. Add red wine vinegar to ... Add liquid to cabbage. I use ... broken up Ramen noodles so they stay ... carrots and red cabbage.
In large skillet ... sugar, sesame seeds, noodles (break into small ... room temperature. Chop cabbage and onions and ... the dressing. Chill and serve.
Roast almonds and ... 5 minutes. Roll noodles in package with ... seeds, almonds, noodles, cabbage, and onion ... JUST before serving and toss to coat well.
Mix all ingredients and refrigerate. Pour over cabbage.
Toast the almonds ... pack from the noodles and mix with ... serving, combine the cabbage, noodles (raw), ... sesame seeds. Pour on dressing and toss well.
Chop cabbage finely; cut green ... butter. Crush Ramen noodles lightly and add ... again. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Makes 10 to 12 regular servings.
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