Recipe by alexandria
"This is a wonderful and crunchy cabbage salad with great texture and color. You can vary the flavor a little by using beef flavored ramen, if you like."
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red wine vinegar
ground black pepper
1 (3 ounce) package
chicken flavored ramen noodles, crushed, seasoning packet reserved
1 (16 ounce) package
broccoli coleslaw mix
chopped green onions
toasted slivered almonds
sesame seeds, toasted
Easy to make, very tasty. I enjoy the varied textures and flavors. My two cents: add shredded carrots if the broccoli coleslaw mix is stingy with them; increase red wine vinegar 1-2T and decrease oil to 1/3 C if you like a little more zing and a little less fat; try sunflower seeds.
This salad was not outstanding or even great. It was okay and I would not do it again.
Great salad, Alexandria! I have made it a number of times for ladies luncheons and church functions. To vary the flavor, I sometimes omit the red wine vinegar and use 1 1/2T rice vinegar and 1/2t sesame oil. This give the salad a more Oriental taste. Caution when using the sesame oil, a little goes a very long way. Very potent taste!
I think I will use less oil next time. It was a little too greasy for my taste. But the flavor was excellent.
Ooohhh Man, this salad is awesome!! I could eat this salad alone as a meal. You'd never realize you were eating something so healthy either! The flavor and textures are fabulous! I know I will be making this one over and over! Thanks for sharing it!
I have made this many times and sometimes add cut-up breaded chicken patties to make this as good as the Oriental Chicken Salad served in popular restaurants. We love it!
Excellent. I toasted the sesame seeds and almonds in the oven for a few minutes to give it an added crunchy taste.
I LOVE serving this with sesame chicken on top--a great main dsh salad!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chinese Cabbage Salad II
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 337
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