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8/18/12 11:46 A

I use it all the time in stir fries. Lots of good nutrition and no chopping. I cook whatever meat or poultry that I'm using with a few cloves of minced garlic until brown and remove from the pan. Then I add about a teaspoon of sesame oil to the pan throw in the broccoli slaw, a tablespoon of grated ginger, and a 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes. Cook 3-4 minutes. Stir in 1/4 C low sodium chicken stock and 1/4 C hoisin sauce. Return meat to the pan and simmer a few minutes. Serve with rice or fine egg noodles mixed in. You can add soy sauce or sriracha (hot sauce) if you want. Quick and tasty.

LAURAAT Posts: 1,506
8/17/12 10:49 A

Oooh I'd like answers to this too! I'd think it'd be fine to use in any of the things you're questioning, and I have seen recipes call for that type of bagged veggies in stir fry. I can imagine it'd make it a lot easier!

ESTRING46142 Posts: 4
8/16/12 12:26 A

Looking for some suggestions using broccoli slaw. Has anyone tried cooking it in an omlette, quiche, or stir fry?

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