I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably know..
I spinkle it in with lettuce to add crunch to a salad, make coleslaw with Walden Farms coleslaw dressing, throw it in with my other veggies and steam for dinner. I keep a sack around all the time. Very versatile...
Ok..Let me make sure I understand this correctly...You steam your other veggies & then add them to your coleslaw/lettuce mixture & coleslaw dressing? Walden Farms can only be purchased online? Not familiar with that brand...
No, I think she was giving two ways of doing it...
Walden Farms is available in some stores (check their website at.
For locations) and it can be ordered online. I add Splenda and Curry Powder to their Coleslaw Dressing to make an Indonesian-type coleslaw out of the bagged product that you described..
The vegetable thing is completely separate, sorry for the confusion. I just throw it in with all my other veggies, i.e. carrots, zucchini, cauliflower, etc., to bulk up the steamed veggies. I just find it a great, filling item..
Same with the salad suggestion. That is just another way I use it...thrown into a salad..
I put it in soups, stews, etc. Just an "extender.".
Only 25 calories a cup and full of nutrients...
OK Thanks for straightening that out for me..I'm a little slow. lol..
Toss with Sriracha or similar hot sauce, rice vinegar and a dash of maple syrup to coat. Place it in a flat container with tight fitting lid. The longer it sits the tastier. This can be eaten as is(similar to kimchi) or stir fried..
You can also pan fry the mixture right from the bag with lots of onion and garlic, then add some sausage or bacon(I use Yves Veggie because I'm vegetarian) for a German style dish...
I saute a bag in a non-stick pan with just enough chicken broth to keep it from sticking (add more as needed while you cook) along with some thinly sliced Vidalia or other sweet onion. When it's soft but not mushy, I add some seasoned rice vinegar & a couple packets of Splenda (I like the touch of sweetness but you don't have to add it) and divide into 3 or 4 portions. This is good reheated or eaten cold. I also add minced garlic sometimes...
I really like DBBizzyBee's recipe:.
1 slice turkey bacon, chopped or shredded cabbage, Ms Dash garlic/herb or Ms Dash onion/herb, salt and pepper, about 1 teaspoon Splenda brown sugar.
Slice the turkey bacon into 1/2 inch pieces; b.
Rown turkey bacon in skillet sprayed with Pam..
Slice/chop cabbage, rinse in colander; drain slightly..
Dump wet cabbage into skillet with the browned bacon. (When I use the bag of shredded cabbage, it's not wet. But I sometimes spray the cabbage with Pam after I put it in the skillet.).
Carefully stir/fold the cabbage and bacon..
Add seasonings and continue stirring/folding for about 5 minutes..
Sprinkle the Splenda brown sugar and stir in..
Cook another 2 to 3 minutes until cooked as desired (maybe a little crunchy)...