Denise Miles Recipe

Asian Chicken Cabbage Salad

By Denise Miles milesde2000

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Denise's Story

Ok, I usually make a double batch of this salad!!My Family Loves it that much! It goes fast!Delicious!I sometimes shred a little carrot for color also.


cabbage head-chopped
2-3 oz
package ramem dry noodles,somewhat crushed w/ chicken flavor packet
green onions ,chopped
2 Tbsp
sesame seeds
3 Tbsp
2 Tbsp
2 Tbsp
cooking oil
1/2 tsp
1/2 c
slivered almonds-toasted
1/4 tsp
2 large
chicken breast halves-cooked & chopped into bite-sized pieces

Directions Step-By-Step

Cook Chicken in a nonstick skillet on medium-high heat until no longer pink. Chop into bite-sized piecs. Add to a large resealabe bowl.Combine somewhat crushed ,dry noodles, cabbage, onions and
sesame seed.
For dressing, in a screw top jar, combine
seasoning packet from noodles, vinegar, sugar, oil, pepper
and salt. Shake to mix well. Pour over cabbage mixture and
toss. Cover and chill several hours or overnight. Before
serving, stir in almonds. 10 + servings.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken, Chicken Salads, Salads
Main Ingredient: Chicken
Regional Style: Asian
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian, Low Fat
Collection: Food on the Run
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
Hashtag: #simple

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Denise Miles milesde2000
Aug 16, 2014
That's ok about your changes. The dressing does soften the noodles though. You're adding an extra step by stir frying the cabbage, the dressing soften the cabbage too! It's a cold salad
Tam D methodmaven
Aug 16, 2014
We were disappointed with this recipe. I will try it again, but I think it would be better with some alterations:
1) Stir fry the cabbage a little bit, and we'll add onion -- the scallion wasn't enough for us.
2) Will definitely add shredded carrot, and will stir fry briefly with the cabbage.
3) We crunched up the noodles, but they tasted funny -- not in a good way (used Maruchan brand); we will definitely cook the noodles next time.
4) The dressing was tasty, but we would have liked a little more, and we thought it needed the umami of soy sauce.
5) I subbed about 1/3 of the oil with Sesame Oil, and that was a good tweak.
Jo Mulholland Cookmesomething
Oct 13, 2011
Thank you for answering so quickly. I will be trying this soon.
Denise Miles milesde2000
Oct 13, 2011
Corect, just uncooked-dry noodles;however,I didn't remember to crunch them up a little before adding to bowl. I will add that instructions..
Jo Mulholland Cookmesomething
Oct 13, 2011
My cousin recommended this recipe....I don't see that you cook the noodles?? Is that correct??