Broccoli Slaw with Asian-inspired Flavors

Mar 18, 2021| By JOI team


Mar 18, 2021| By JOI team

Broccoli Slaw with Asian-inspired Flavors

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Asian Broccoli Slaw Salad

Once the warmer weather rolls around, salads are going to be on your weekly rotation! Try out this Asian Broccoli Slaw salad with a creamy dressing to incorporate into your meal planning. It’s an easy to make salad that packs in TONS of veggies!

broccoli slaw salad

broccoli slaw salad

Convenient and Nutritious Ingredients:

Broccoli slaw is easy to find at your local grocery store with the salad greens. By adding a few extra, fresh ingredients we can turn it into your new favorite salad! Topped with a creamy Asian dressing thanks to JOI nut base!

broccoli slaw salad

What makes it creamy?
JOI makes this whole salad come together. Mixed with soy sauce, vinegar, ginger and sesame oil, it turns into an ultra creamy dressing that you’ll want to put on everything. It gives our slaw salad a creamy touch and really gets better the longer it sits in the dressing.
broccoli slaw salad

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