Entries from August 2010 ↓

Another Broccoli Slaw – Asian flavors

So, its summer and hot and we don’t want to stir fry. How are we supposed to stick with our “big bowl of veggies per day” plan? Salads of course.

But I bought broccoli  out of force of habit and its too dang hot to eat anyhow. So I remembered a previous experiment with broccoli slaw and decided to do it again but with some different flavors and less ingredients. Super quick, super easy and super yummy.

1 head broccoli – chopped fine
I ran raw stems through the food processor grater and lightly steamed the heads in the microwave before chopping them superfine by hand.

1 large or 2 small green onions – sliced fine – I used the ones I had regrown from the end cuttings I planted a while a go so they were pretty small – used greens and all

1/2 bell pepper – run through the food processor grater with the broccoli

A rather large handful of bean sprouts – chopped coarsly

I also think the 2 flowering heads of cilantro I minced in help pull the flavors together.

Dressing:

2 Tbs rice wine vinegar
1.5 TBS soy sauce
1 TBS sesame oil
1 TBS Mae Ploy sweet hot chile sauce

Shake in a jar or stir in a bowl until blended

Pour over slaw mix and stir.

Let sit a couple hours for maximum yum.