Sweet 'N' Sour Tossed Salad

Sweet 'N' Sour Tossed Salad

"Dolores Brignac's family was skeptical the first time she served this unusual salad-but one taste convinced them it was a winner. 'Now when I bring it out, everyone digs in and cleans their plates,' she pens from Braithwaite, Louisiana."
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20 m servings
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  1. Break noodles into small pieces (save seasoning envelope for another use). In a skillet over medium heat, saute noodles and walnuts in butter for 5-6 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool.
  2. In a large salad bowl, combine the romaine, broccoli, tomatoes and onions. Place dressing ingredients in a blender or food processor; cover and process until sugar is dissolved. Add dressing and noodle mixture to salad; toss to coat. Serve with a slotted spoon.

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This recipe is simply fabulous. I didn't have any cherry tomatoes so I cut up one large tomato instead. I also added blackened chicken strips to make this a stand alone meal. Both my husband ...

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the dressing is much too sweet, needs major tweeking

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This recipe is simply fabulous. I didn't have any cherry tomatoes so I cut up one large tomato instead. I also added blackened chicken strips to make this a stand alone meal. Both my husband ...

Very yummy salad. I cut down on the butter (probably by half) to saute the walnuts and noodles and it was still delicious. Great way to get the veggies in!

Great salad! I made a few changes to cut fat and sugar: I used olive oil instead of vegetable oil, 1 pocked of Splenda instead of sugar and I also omitted the ramen and butter.

I served this salad last night for a B-day party for my brother-in-law. This salad is really delicious. The only change I made was to use red onion instead of the green, just my preference. I...

My family LOVES this. I made more than enough for all of them and yet they still finished it!. I did add a little more sugar and red wine vinegar to make it more sweet and sour like. I also trie...

Fabulous! I have used this recipe for several different functions and get compliments all the time. I have also added bacon and used almonds for the nuts. Wonderful!

I made this for a group of 8 people for a large dinner. It was a hit!! Even the guys who didn't like salad got seconds. I added some chopped red onion to the dressing, otherwise followed it exac...

Took it to a Super Bowl Party and it was very well recieved. I had to hand out recipes the next day.

It was good - especially the noodles and walnut mix, but it was a little too sweet. We added a few tablespoons of Italian dressing to make it a little more tart.

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