Showing posts with label asian broccoli salad. Show all posts
Showing posts with label asian broccoli salad. Show all posts

Sunday, September 16, 2012

super delish: asian broccoli salad

 

I had been craving something different and my thoughts were lingering on a large container of broccoli salad that i had seen at sam's club a few days prior. since sam's is 45-minutes from my house (and hello, it is the sabbath) here's what i came up with. hint #1 it was great: my kitchen was a total mess when i was finished.

fresh broccoli, chopped (use more or less depending on how many servings you want)
1 romaine heart, chopped
1 bunch of green onion, chopped
1/2 lb. bacon, fried and chopped (or as much freaking bacon as you love)
1 large handful of dried cranberries
green onion, chopped
1 package of ramen noodles
1 T. butter
mayo
rice vinegar
sugar

maybe i should call this asian broccoli chop salad in honor of all the chopping that goes on? when you have it all done, combine the broccoli, romaine, green onion, bacon, green onion and cranberries into a large bowl; toss together.

next, crunch up the ramen noodles while still packaged. melt the butter on medium-high heat and add the ramen noodles. stir until golden brown and set aside.

 for the dressing (in a separate bowl) start with a cup of mayo, a few shakes of rice vinegar, and a few T. of sugar. i don't give measurements here because there is a lot of flexibility within the dressing recipe. if you like more of a tangy flavor, add more rice vinegar. if you like less, just add a little. same with the sugar. if you like it really sweet, add a little more. and obviously, the more broccoli you have, the more dressing you make. once the dressing is blended, pour over the broccoli mix and with a large spoon or spatula, toss until coated.

add the ramen on top and stir into the salad. refrigerate until ready to serve.

it was awesome. and we ate the whole bowl.

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