Hawaiian Coleslaw

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The most fun you can have with a cheap package of ramen noodles! I don’t really know why it’s called Hawaiin, but we’ll go with it.

I didn’t get a picture of the ingredients, but here’s what you’ll need:

1 bag of coleslaw mix
small bunch green onions
1/3 jar (8-12oz size) toasted sunflower seeds (like Planter’s brand)
small package of sliced or slivered almonds
package of chicken flavored ramen noodles

For the dressing:
1/2 cup oil
2-3 Tbs. sugar
salt and pepper
seasoning packet from the ramen

Break the noodles into a 9″ pan and add the almonds. Toast at 350 degrees to brown them. Stir every little bit. This should take about 10-15 minutes.

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Mix up the dressing and stir everything together. Enjoy!

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  1. That looks soooo good! Thanks for dropping by the new blog and commenting. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!

  2. This sounds SO yummy! I can’t wait to try it.

  3. That looks good. Your blog is great. I am always looking for new ideas.

  4. I think that looks really good but I have a feeling my kids wouldn’t eat it. Too bad, may have to make it anyway.

    Dropping by from SITS– have a happy Monday!

  5. Midwest Mommy says:

    That looks yummy!

  6. Mommy's Kitchen says:

    This sounds really good something that i think i would love. Thanks for stopping by my site.

  7. This looks incredibly good! Will have to try it out soon.

  8. I’ve made this many times, omitting the nuts&seeds. One of my friends uses mango in hers. Good potluck dish, especially in the warmer months picnic potlucks.
    I use canola oil with a bit of sesame oil and add some extra ginger and garlic powder.

  9. I think I’ll try this recipe tonight. You must be an expert because I noticed that you use a little bit of this and a little bit of that a lot. I’m new and need exact amounts until I know what I’m preparing. jThanks for your recipes.

  10. I think I’ll try this recipe tonight. You must be an expert because I noticed that you use a little bit of this and a little bit of that a lot. I’m new and need exact amounts until I know what I’m preparing. Thanks for your recipes.

  11. This sounds so good. Writing the ingrediants on my Easter grocery list right now.

  12. Shelana Ferris says:

    I have made this for years, but my recipe calls for beef flavored ramen noodles. I think the original recipe I have calls it Sunshine Salad. I just call it Broccoli Slaw. I use balsamic vinegar instead of white vinegar and it’s super yummy.

  13. I saved this recipe but the vinegar is not listed, I added about 2 tbs. red wine vinegar, taste very good.

  14. Laurelp52 says:

    Hawaiian said “pineapple” to me. My coleslaw recipe has pineapple in it, I don’t have a name for it, I just made it up and everyone loves it. But Hawaiian Coleslaw would be an apt name since I do use Pineapple.

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