Ruth's StoryYou can make this popular Ramen noodle salad with either cabbage or broccoli slaw.
This is one of the most popular Ramen noodle salad recipes in circulation. It's perfect for a potluck or picnic, because it contains no dairy products and will stay fresh.
oil, canola or olive
vinegar (i prefer rice, but any kind you have will work)
broccoli slaw (contains broccoli, carrots and red cabbage)
raw ramen noodles, smashed up (do not use seasoning)
optional: edemame, sunflower seeds, or shredded carrot, try whatever you think will be good!
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1Mix oil, sugar and vinegar.
2In large bowl, mix together broccoli slaw, almonds, craisins and broken Ramen noodles. You DO NOT COOK THE NOODLES.
3Add dressing and toss.
4Let stand for a few hours.
Barbara Williams abwill - Jul 29, 2010
Okay, senior moment here, don't you cook the noodles???
Ruth Bernier RBernier - Jul 29, 2010
Sorry, I should have specified. NO DO NOT COOK THE NOODLES!
You let it sit in the dressing for a few hours and they soften up a little. Thanks :) I will edit so it is more clear.
Karen Thomas kct - Aug 13, 2010
I add the Ramen noodle packet to the dressing mix. It gives it a nice flavor.
Pat Duran kitchenchatter - Apr 26, 2014