|University of Texas Longhorns Cookbook|
|by Barbara Beery|
Texas Longhorn fans will go wild with this fabulous new cookbook from Barbara Beery! Filled with recipes that are perfect for tailgate parties, ba...
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Roast sesame seeds ... 325 degrees. Chop cabbage and green onions. ... seeds, cabbage, green onions, and crumbled Top Ramen noodles and dressing together.
Cut chicken breasts ... pieces. Cut up cabbage and onions. Mix ... dressing. Add Ramen noodles (crushed), and toss salad. Save some ... to sprinkle on top.
Break up noodles and spread with ... ingredients in a small bowl. When ready to serve, toss together the cabbage, noodle mixture, and dressing. Serves 8.
Salad: Slice green ... seeds, almonds and noodles. Dressing: Mix ... noodles. Toss dressing with salad. Note: For a low-sodium version, omit seasoning packet.
Sliver almonds, season ... to the above (cabbage, celery and onion). Dressing for this salad. Mix the ... almond mixture and noodles. Pour dressing ... serving. Makes 8 servings.
Chop cabbage, mix with ... Melt butter, add noodles, stir until ... butter. Mix well. Let stand at room temperature. Pour over salad just before serving.
Shred cabbage. Mix dressing. Break Ramen over cabbage. Add almonds and sesame seeds. Pour dressing on just before serving and toss.
Chop and sliver cabbage into a big ... almonds. Crush the noodles into small pieces ... refrigerator 5 hours or overnight. Stir once or twice during marination.
Put almonds and ... aside. Put shredded cabbage, onion, diced chicken, crumbled, uncooked Ramen noodles into bowl. Mix ... Pour dressing over salad and toss. Top ... on just before serving.
Microwave onion and ... to blend. Place cabbage in large serving bowl. Break uncooked noodles well with spinach. ... Sprinkle with seeds. Makes 6 servings.
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