For potlucks and picnics, this ramen noodle salad is a knockout. Just before serving, stir in noodles, almonds and sunflower kernels. I wasn't fond of the noodles; they need to be cooked, drained and cooled and then added to the salad. I would not get the exact recipe again." "Great flavor and texture combination! I carryall the veggies in a bowl, mixture in a jar and noodles in a bag. —LJ Porter, Bauxite, Arkansas In a large bowl, syndicate coleslaw mix, onions and red pepper. I would retributive use slivered almonds and omit the helianthus seeds (just personal preference). In a half-size bowl, whisk vinegar, sugar, pepper, contents of ramen seasoning packets and other oil.
Crunchy Asian Cabbage Ramen Salad - Chew Out Loud
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Ramen Napa Cabbage Salad
This salad’s original name is actually Yum Yum Salad, named after the instant ramen noodles brand used to make it. I had it for the first time about 5 or 6 years ago and didn’t like it at all, I was appalled by its saltiness, there were no sunflower seeds in it and the general look of it was not in particular inviting. And past the persuasion of actually eating those cut-price packages of instant noodles, which are normally used for making a quick soup…