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February 25, 2007



I am definitely trying this! (I'll switch the sugar for Splenda, otherwise it's great for my diet.)


This looks great! And how enticing to package it to go! Thanks for participating in WHB!


Sounds and looks healthy, and I am looking for more cabbage ideas today! Thanks, Glenna.

BTW, my Secret Ingredient has been revealed!


I love this recipe! I bet you liked it. Great idea. Making lunch is always a good idea!


Sounds very tasty. I´ll give it a try. :)


Looks delicious! I love the use of the cilantro (or as we call it, Coriander!).


Thanks, Guys! It was tasty and I even left some at work for another RT.

Tom the Man

For a lighter slaw, omit the chicken or turkey. That way, the slaw can be served as a side dish to another meat or fish main dish. For a more authentic Vietnamese touch, add some ground peanuts.

For a more evenly distributed hot pepper taste, replace chopped chili pepper with ground cayenne pepper (season to taste.)

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