Oriental Cabbage Salad




Introduction: Oriental Cabbage Salad

About: Owner Of TP incorporated I am 12 years old my partner company is Budget Brake and Muffler

This is my all time favorite dish Oriental Cabbage Salad!! Let`s get started

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Step 1: Ingredients & Materials

-1 Small Head Of Cabbage
-6-8 Green Onions
-1 cup Slivered Almonds
-4 Tbsp. Sunflower Seeds
-1 pkg. Mr.Noodle Chicken Noodles

-2 Tbsp. Sugar
-1/2 Cup Light Olive Oil
-3 Tbsp. White Vinegar
-Pepper To Taste
-1 Pkg. Chicken Flavor Seasoning From Noodle Pkg.
-1 Tsp. salt

-Various knives
-Food Processor (in a pinch you can use a knife)
-Cookie Sheet
-Container For Shaking Dressing (you could also use a blender)

Step 2: Roasting the Seeds

Put 1 cup slivered almonds and 4 tbsp. sunflower seeds in a 350 degree oven for about 15 minutes. Or until golden brown

Step 3: Shredding the Cabbage

Now take your head of cabbage and peel of the outer two layers. Now wash the cabbage and chop into pieces small enough to fit into your food processor. Now feed your cabbage into your food processor with the tool provided. Next turn off and unplug your food processor and empty the contents into a bowl.

Step 4: Dicing the Onions

Now finely chop the green onions and add them into your bowl.

Step 5: Crushing the Noodles

Now crush the noodles and add them to the mix.

Step 6: Dressing

Now add 2 tbsp. sugar, 1/2 cup olive oil, 3 tbsp. white vinegar, pepper to taste, the chicken flavoring from your noodles, and 1 tsp. salt together and shake well in your container.

Step 7: Adding It All Together

Add all Ingredients and mix well. Add the dressing half an hour before serving.

Step 8: Enjoy

Now enjoy your wonderful salad!!!

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    6 years ago

    Thanks sorry for the late reply. This salad is one of the best salads I have ever had


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Excellent work. I bet it's crunchy and delicious. Try adding some sesame oil to the dressing for some extra flavor. Or sprinkle your chicken-flavored powder on the slivered almonds before baking. (The eating action shots are awesome.)