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Old 06-11-2007, 04:45 PM   #1
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Rhertz sister's Hippy Salad recipe

Hippy Salad

1 pkg shredded brocoli slaw
1/2 cup toasted almond slices
Ramen chicken noodle package

Dressing:
6 tbls rice vinegar
1/2 cup oil
seasoning pkg out of Ramen pkg
4 pkgs splenda

Crush noodles and mix together with toasted almonds and brocoli slaw, and add dressing then toss.
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When do you add the hippies?

Is frozen OK or do you have to use fresh ones?
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Old 06-11-2007, 05:34 PM   #3
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Hippy Salad

1 pkg shredded brocoli slaw
1/2 cup toasted almond slices
Ramen chicken noodle package

Dressing:
6 tbls rice vinegar
1/2 cup oil
seasoning pkg out of Ramen pkg
4 pkgs splenda

Crush noodles and mix together with toasted almonds and brocoli slaw, and add dressing then toss.
My wife makes a great one that is similar with the ramen but I think she adds something sweet but I do not know if it is sugar or a dressing. I thought it looked like food for a ladies luncheon but it kick butt.
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When do you add the hippies?

Is frozen OK or do you have to use fresh ones?
I think it was named "hippy salad" by her kids down in Baton Rouge, or else their friends. It's "quick-to-fix" and is like eatting something "au natural" with like no preservatives man.... (Only it has preservatives in the Ramen noodle pack I'm sure)
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My wife makes a great one that is similar with the ramen but I think she adds something sweet but I do not know if it is sugar or a dressing. I thought it looked like food for a ladies luncheon but it kick butt.
Yeah the first time I ate it I thought, You've got to be kidding. But it really is good. In this recipe, it's the Splenda that makes it sweet.
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Yeah the first time I ate it I thought, You've got to be kidding. But it really is good. In this recipe, it's the Splenda that makes it sweet.
Now I would like to debate you on how much Splenda you used and at what point in the making of the salad did you add it ??
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