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42 Reviews |  By Bec

This is something new that our family tried that I got from a magazine. We were surprised that we would all like it so much! It doesn't take very much time at all so it is great when time is limited.

Recipe #25551

I've been making this for a long time and it's become a family favorite. If you like things spicy, be sure to add more red pepper flakes. Use 1 package beef broth from a 1.1 ounce box -- don't use the whole box -- there is no weight on 1 package so I had to enter it into the recipe as the whole box. Either discard the seasoning from the ramen noodles or save for another use.

Recipe #232334

So this isn't exactly what I would call a recipe, just a few little add-ins so it isn't just plain old Ramen; also good for using up leftover meat.

Recipe #238845

I got this special Asian dressing from and I top the salad with great tasty ramen noodle. It was a big hit at my work when we had our potluck party. Enjoy this semi healthy recipe!

Recipe #240578

From 101 Things to Do with Ramen Noodles

Recipe #198044

This recipe has been handed down through my whole family, my mother-in-law gave it to me, she got it from her sister, who got it from another sister and so on. The last time i served it for my sister-in-laws family reunion and got raves. I had to pass it along to her family too. Everyone went back for bowl after bowl.

Recipe #66888

A simple and delicious prep for ramen noodles, adapted from Rachel Ray.

Recipe #189043

This salad has been very popular whenever I've brought it to picnics, potlucks, and barbeques. It travels well and can be prepared a few hours in advance of the party. Be prepared to share this recipe because people Ü will ask for it!

Recipe #175651

4 Reviews |  By Candy C

A delicious and filling salad perfect for lunch or dinner. You can omit the chicken for a delicious Chinese Slaw.

Recipe #47164

This was an experiment that worked right the first time. I'm still amazed.

Recipe #93749

3 Reviews |  By NC Gal

This is a salad that is great for summer picnics since there is no mayo in it. Any time I serve it to guest I am asked for the recipe. Thanks to my sister in law Lori, she was kind enough to pass the recipe on to me. I hope that you try'll like it!

Recipe #69770

6 Reviews |  By BAker

I had this recipe at a party and immediately loved it. Whenever I make it, it's always a hit. Sometimes I add a cooked chicken breast to the salad and make a meal out of it.

Recipe #74836

3 Reviews |  By Rita~

This very quich soup is a nice way to warm these cold days and comfort those colds. The hot pepper can be ommitted, crushed, seeded, chopped, or left whole depending on if you like heat in your soup. Throw in any vegies you like Bok choy or fresh spinach is good.

Recipe #82378

My Mom's neighbor makes this and it is so good. The dressing makes it!

Recipe #85747

A quick and easy noodlebowl. Add shredded pork, bean sprouts or whatever you like on top as a garnish.

Recipe #141670

This is my favorite of all the Oriental slaws out there...just a little different in the dressing than others! I have to make this for all the BBQs!

Recipe #131202

Another great, easy ramen recipe. I've used this a lot, especially when school is in session! Cheap, quick and I always have the ingredients around (unless I haven't been to the store for like a month :-) )

Recipe #36129

Great recipe that my mom passed on to me from her bridge club. I've taken it to many pot luck events and I've learned to take copies of the recipe with me because there's always someone who asks for it! It's especially terrific on these hot Texas summer days. I also love the fact that I can make it in advance if necessary and then mix it all together just before serving.

Recipe #307207

3 Reviews |  By Shari2

Cook Off June 2002. Cook and Prep times are estimates--I didn't really time it.

Recipe #31870

Quick and tasty salad I found when looking for ideas for a luau. Wonderful as is, but I am also going to try adding chicken breast pieces and peanuts for a delicious Chinese Chicken Salad. Adapted from a recipe I found on The only cooking is toasting the sesame seeds, almonds and ramen noodles.

Recipe #31499

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