Recipe by Sunflower
"A crisp 'no-mayo' coleslaw that is great for potlucks. I have used honey-roasted peanuts and have used sunflower seeds. The honey-roasted peanuts taste great in it. For big crowds I do a double batch."
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dry mustard powder
2 (16 ounce) packages
2 (10 ounce) packages
frozen green peas, thawed
I look for recipes that are quick, easy and have a lot of flavor (because I don't really like to cook) and this recipe hit all the high notes! Took it to a potluck dinner and it got rave reviews.kudos to the creator.
I took this to a potluck. It was quick and easy, and that was what I needed. I didn't really care for the dressing, I thought it tasted too much of oil rather than a good tangy/sweet balance that I would have expected from the ingredient list.
I thought this was just a little to sweet. I would recommend starting with half the sugar and then tasting and adding as you go. Because I thought it was to sweet I added some extra vinegar and onion. I really liked the crunch of the peanuts. My family didn't really like this but I thought it was okay, just could use less sugar.
I took this salad to a church potluck and there was just a small amount left to bring home! I did cut back on the sugar as others suggested, I also added some ground black pepper and I used sunflower kernels. Next time I will add more onion I think. Great recipe and oh so easy!
Such a simple recipe and great for bringing to a potluck. Looks like I spent hours chopping, but it probably took less than 5 minutes to throw it all together. I did it the night before, and everything blended wonderfully by lunch the next day. They didn't have bagged coleslaw at my store, so I found another chopped spring mix that had red and green cabbage, romaine, carrots, and green onions. I will definitely remember this for the next time I need to bring something on short notice.
i really like the crunch that the peanuts added
So simple and delicious! I substituted a portion of the oil with 1/3 cup of Toasted Sesame Oil and reduced sugar to 1/4 cup. I needed a quick recipe for a party and it was a huge hit.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
20 Second Salad
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 147
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