This tasty Asian Style Ramen Salad features crunchy noodles and crisp greens combined for a quick and delicious salad. Add a roasted chicken breast as an option for a heartier salad or meal.
Delicious and simple to make
by K. Kathy
, Charlotte, NC on Mar. 2013
If I have made this salad once, I have made it 100 times. Everytime we have a holiday dinner, my kids want this salad. I also make and keep the noodles and almonds separate in containers and take it for lunch several times in a week. Best salad around.
Oriental Ramen Salad Plus!
by D. Dee
, WA on Oct. 2009
Easy to make. We substitued finely shredded cabbage and we've added baked, chunked chicken or turkey breast. This is a great meal for hot summer days or excellent accompaniment on a party buffet table.
A NEW SUMMER SALAD FAVORITE
by P. Pamela
, Auburn, IN on Sep. 2009
A wonderful summer salad to add to the menu. This is very nice, flavorful, with a very nice creamy dressing.
We did want a little more zip, tang to the dressing so I added about 10 drops of Asian Hot Oil when blending the dressing. This gave it the perfect zing we were looking for. So if you like just a little more pizzaz to your meal try that. It is available at all major and Asian markets.
Wonderful at room temperature or cold if made ahead!
Oriental Ramen Salad
by S. Suzanne
, Syracuse, UT on Aug. 2009
First time I've ever made a dressing with Carnation Evaporated Milk and I loved it! Husband couln't get enough of this fast easy salad.
by v. vicki
, Bozeman, MT on Aug. 2009
This was a quick and delicious salad idea. I had enough leftover for the people I work for try it they all ask for the recipe.
Outstanding for summer
by C. Colleen
, Dayton, WA on Aug. 2009
I have made this for several summer parties and actually add diced and cooled leftover chicken breast to the salad as I mix it. Everyone raves about it and asks for the recipe! A hit no matter where I take it!
Also try using bagged coleslaw mix in place of the salad greens and a teaspoon of sugar or artificial sweetener to the dressing as it is blended. Another little tweak that is great!
by R. RUTH
, Littleton, CO on Aug. 2009
We thought this salad was great! I also added chicken, tomatoes, shredded carrots and radishes to the greens and threw in about 1/4 cup of sesame seeds with the almonds and noodles. It made a fantastic salad for our dinner on a hot summer Denver day.
by D. D
, MILFORD, MI on Jul. 2009
This was pretty good, never thought about using salad (lettuce) in this recipe before I've always just used the coleslaw but this was a refreshingly nice change!
by J. JANICE
, Terre Haute, IN on Jul. 2009
This is almost the same recipe my m-i-l used to make when she visited. I lost the recipe and was so glad to see it again. It's even better than I remember, I think it's the browning of the noodles and almonds in the butter that does it. I could make a meal out of it!
To die for!
by K. KIMBERLY
, Whitehouse, TX on May. 2009
This stuff is sooo good. Everyone I have made it for has raved about it. It is amazingly good. Kids will even like it too. Delicious!
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