Crunchy Asian Broccoli Slaw

Side dish: crunchy asian broccoli slaw

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AuthorCaptBradCategory, DifficultyBeginner

Side dish: crunchy asian broccoli slaw

Yields6 Servings
Prep Time10 mins

 2 Bags, prepared broccoli slaw
 1 Fresh Pineapple or equivalent fresh cut pineapple
 ½ cup Rice Wine Vinegar
 ¼ cup Cilantro, freshly chopped
 Coarse ground black pepper and salt to taste
 1 Package Ramen Noodles

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1. If using a fresh pineapple remove the ends, and skin. Cut into quarters and remove core from each piece. Slice each quarter into quarters and dice slices.
2. Set aside in large mixing bowl.
3. Pour out broccoli slaw onto large cutting board and roughly chop each each direction in a grid to create bite sized pieces.
4. Break up ramen noodles to pieces 1/4 - 1/2 inches and add to mixing bowl containing pineapple
5. Add slaw to mixing bowl containing pineapple
6. Add rice vinegar, pepper and salt. Splash in small amounts of Teriyaki sauce if desired.
7. Toss and adjust seasoning or add more vinegar if needed.

Ingredients

 2 Bags, prepared broccoli slaw
 1 Fresh Pineapple or equivalent fresh cut pineapple
 ½ cup Rice Wine Vinegar
 ¼ cup Cilantro, freshly chopped
 Coarse ground black pepper and salt to taste
 1 Package Ramen Noodles

Directions

1

1. If using a fresh pineapple remove the ends, and skin. Cut into quarters and remove core from each piece. Slice each quarter into quarters and dice slices.
2. Set aside in large mixing bowl.
3. Pour out broccoli slaw onto large cutting board and roughly chop each each direction in a grid to create bite sized pieces.
4. Break up ramen noodles to pieces 1/4 - 1/2 inches and add to mixing bowl containing pineapple
5. Add slaw to mixing bowl containing pineapple
6. Add rice vinegar, pepper and salt. Splash in small amounts of Teriyaki sauce if desired.
7. Toss and adjust seasoning or add more vinegar if needed.

Crunchy Asian Broccoli Slaw

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