6 Reviews

This was very good. I followed the directions only added a splash of soy and about 1/4-1/2 tsp. of sesame oil to the dresssing. I didn't have peanuts so I sub toasted slivered almonds. Will make this again. Thank you! Made for Zaar Alphabet Soup 2009.

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mama smurf December 07, 2009

Nice start....I added some more "this and that" as I thought it needed a little something "more". My additions were 1 1/2 t. unseasoned rice vinegar, several drops of sesame oil, splash of low sodium soy sauce and about 1-2 T toasted sesame seeds (didn't have peanuts). Garnished with fresh chopped cilantro. Very tasty side dish! Thanks for the post.

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Larawithoutau September 06, 2009

Yum! What an easy dish. We really loved this as a quick dinner; I did cheat by using a prepackaged coleslaw mix and added bok choy instead of the snow peas but the rest was the same. A little bit of sweet chilli sauce would be good, too. A keeper!

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Chickee August 30, 2009

This was lovely for something a bit different, just like a noodle coleslaw, the heat from the chilli & the crunch from the nuts is a lovely combo. Thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** December 31, 2008

Great little recipe. Hubby and I woofed this down for lunch. In addition to the cabbage, I used five large snow peas and only two small carrots. In future I'd double the noodles (one packet got lost among the veggies) and cut the scallions smaller.

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Leggy Peggy November 21, 2008

I liked this salad! I adjusted the ingredients just a little, using more cabbage ratio to ramen noodles. Loved the sambal olek in it! Thanks so much!

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Sharon123 November 20, 2008
Amen for Ramen Asian Style Salad