Platycladus Broccoli Slaw - Cuisine Recipes for Energy

You love coleslaw. It’s fun to make and delicious to eat! Now, mix it up a bit and try your hand at Broccoli Slaw! It contains a wonderful mix of ingredients that have more perks than just great taste!
The pleasant herb Platycladus (BaiZi Ren) has a sweet flavor and is often used to calm the mind of women who suffer from insomnia, nervousness, stress, and anxiety. That’s why this recipe is so popular - it contains sedative properties appreciated by women of all ages.
Also contributing to this hearty dish is the primary ingredient; like all cruciferous vegetables, broccoli contains two special phytochemicals (indoles and isothiocyanates), each aiding to the optimal health of female breast tissue.
This cuisine is not suitable for pregnant or breast-feeding women.


2 cups shredded broccoli stalks
2 tablespoons cane sugar or stevia
1/2 cup French Onion Dip Mix
1/2 cup canola or olive oil
1/3 cup Platycladus seeds (BaiZi Ren)
1/3 cup toasted sunflower seeds
1/10 cup apple cider vinegar

  1. Blend all ingredients in a mixing bowl
  2. Toss in your favorite dressing mix
  3. Chill in refrigerator for 30 min


This is a light and delicious take on enjoying coleslaw without having to use any Mayonnaise. It offers a lot of color and crunch to both the plate and your palate and is super-easy to make. Plus, it’s a great way to satisfy your Broccoli cravings.
You can even tweak this recipe to your liking by adding such delicious ingredients as Bell Peppers, Almonds, Tomatoes, Carrots, Balsamic Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Soy Sauce, Scallions, Peanuts, Noodles (such as Ramen or Chow Mein), Brown Sugar, cooked Turkey, cooked or roasted Chicken, ground Ginger, Rice Vinegar, Craisins, or crumbled Feta Cheese into your Slaw to make it your own special dish, perfect for any dining table.



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caleb2passion posted on Mon, 06/10/2013 - 15:05
Broccoli is one of my favorite vegetables. I love to make it in any way possible and put it in almost every dish. I would have never thought of trying to make cole slaw with broccoli. This is a really great idea and it will help as a pick me up. I am going to try making this tonight if possible.
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