Spicy Asian Noodle Salad Free PD Recipe

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This colorful and spicy oil-free naturally sweetened Asian inspired cold noodle salad is a perfect picnic or BBQ dish.

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    Comments (6)

    1. posted by Angel on October 20, 2016

      I liked this fresh. It makes alot so I will reduce the recipe next time for just the two of us.

    2. posted by Penny on December 2, 2013

      One of my new favorites! Very yummy and the dressing is incredible, I like spicy so I added an extra teaspoon of pepper flakes and WOW that gave it a little too much spice even for me. The guys that tried it said it was excellent but my husband didn’t care for it because of the cold noodles. Who knew I would find out something I didn’t know about my husband through your website! 🙂

      • posted by Marie Cayuela on July 26, 2020

        So good for summer BBQ!

    3. posted by stoumi on December 2, 2013

      I need to try this again. I felt shorted on the dressing, as it didn’t seem nearly enough for the 2 pounds of rice noodles I used. This left the noodles tasting very dry, with the cabbage carrying a stronger taste than the dressing. I had hoped it would taste better the next day, but the noodles were too dry and the cabbage was all that I could taste. I had thoughts of mixing up more dressing and adding it to the salad, but I skipped it and didn’t finish eating the salad.

      Next time I think I will cut the noodles used in half and use a fresh head of cabbage. The bagged cole slaw mix I bought just didn’t cut it. But, it could have been old or a day away from the sale date. I just couldn’t get over the overpowering taste of cabbage, which was something I didn’t expect. I do plan on trying this salad again. I did like the dressing. I only used 1 orange, as I didn’t want too much of a citrus taste to the dressing. It was still evident in the 1 orange that I used.

    4. posted by Kari on August 16, 2013

      I am trying this one tonight!

    5. posted by Denise on July 4, 2013

      This salad is amazing! I love the way the flavors in the dressing blend together. SO good!

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