It's the weekend and my husband and I don't have anything planned! HELL YEAH! That rarely happens. For dinner we are grillin burgers, making Chinese coleslaw, and having chips, salsa, and guacamole Of course the beer is flowing freely as well. This is where the problem lies
I prepared the dry ingredients for the slaw and set the bowl to the side. I got out a bowl to mix the ingredients for the dressing. I started with the sugar and poured it in the measuring cup and then instead of pouring it in the bowl that I set aside I poured it in the bowl with the dry ingredients. Aw hell. So I just mixed it up really well and then combined the rest of the dressing ingredients in a separate bowl.
Well it turns out the sugar on the slaw and not in the dressing isn't bad. The slaw wasn't as sweet and I liked that. I forgot to take a picture, but I don't think one is needed.
Chinese Cole Slaw
1 Bag Cole Slaw
1 Bag Sliced Almonds
1ish Cup Sunflower Seeds
1/3 cup of vinegar
1/3 cup oil
1/3 cup sugar
1 package Ramen Beef Noodles
In large bowl, mix slaw, almonds, noodles, and sunflower seeds together. In a separate bowl, mix sugar, vinegar, oil, & flavor pack from Ramen Noodles together. Pour dressing over slaw mixture. It's best if you make this ahead of time and let the dressing sit for at least 30 min to an hour. Don't mix dressing with the slaw mixture until you're ready to eat.
Since there are only 2 of us we usually end up with leftovers. The noodles are a bit soggy the second day but too terribly bad.