Houw about a vinaigrette base instead of youurt? a tiny bit of crushed peanuts in the dressing would make it sort of Thai. Or a little sesame oil? I like the rice wine vinegar, I found one in the health food aisle in the supermarket that was clean. I think the red pepper flakes are good if you want a little heat, or you could try wasabi for a different heat.
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Posts: 1,007 7/13/08 9:04 P
There are some good ideas there. I need to have way lower calories than those is my biggest problem. But I can try and use some ideas from them and create something lower calorie.
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Posts: 495 7/13/08 9:00 P
I use hot pepper flakes, rice vinegar, and sesame oil to make an asian slaw. I cook it, and it tastes like the filling of an egg roll.
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Posts: 1,007 7/13/08 8:46 P
I wanted to make a cole slaw, but kind of asian, and also I don't know what to use for spices. I am putting in red onion, red & green cabbage, and carrots, and I thought a plain, non-fat or low-fat yogurt for it to be like a little dressing. Any suggestions on spices? Or anything better than a yogurt for a dressing?
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