We enjoyed this recipe and plan to make it again. Super budget friendly and I have to give 5 stars to the name of the recipe as well! Loved it!
This is great and very healthy! I used half the seasoning packet and It still had flavor. I added some mushrooms since I had them in the fridge and they needed to be used. I might even try bean sprouts or water chestnuts next time. It was great! Thanks for posting.
This is difficult to rate. It didn't knock my socks off, but it is colorful, healthy, tasty and crunchy--so it gets the five stars. I used about half the seasoning packet and suspect that next time I will forego that and just add soy sauce. I agree that the amount of cabbage seems huge, but it does cook down a lot. Nevertheless, I think that for the size of cabbages we get in America (excessively large), a quarter each of red and green would be better. Thanks for creating this dish!
Very tasty and quick to put together. I didn't use very much of the packet seasoning, the dish was flavorful without it. Thanks for a very creative recipe.
This was very tasty! The only different thing I did was cook the ramen by itself (not crumbled) then add it to the rest of ingredients. And the leftovers were just as good the next day. I agree -- will make this many, many more times. Thanks.
Easy and quick, I didn't add extra peanut oil for the second frying in step three as I didn't seem to need it. Also only used half packet of the seasoning. At the very end of cooking and just before serving I put a drop or two of sesame oil for extra flavour. I will make this again many times.
This was excellent! I cut the recipe down to serve two and it made so much that I was able to have leftovers the next day. It held up well and didn't lose the crunch which surprised me. I enjoyed the leftovers cold and I'm thinking that I even liked it better that way. I know the requirement was to use pre-cooked chicken but the marinated strips cooked up quick and was full of flavor. I didn't use the peanut oil in step 3 because the chicken had plenty of oil on it from the marinate. I also enjoyed the fact that this recipe was low in fat and sodium but high in fiber. Made for dining on a $ cooking contest.
5 stars for taste. We really enjoyed both the color & texture of this dish. My kids loved that the red cabbage tinted their ramen noodles purple. lol Very easy recipe that was plenty filling. I did try it leftover from the fridge about 10 hours later. Most of the cabbage was still crisp & there was still plenty of flavor. I had to assign 4 stars because the recipe doesn't use pre-cooked chicken (a contest ingredient) & because I think the proportions might be off in the ingredient list. I was using a 15 inch skillet with 3 inch tall sides & only used 1/4 of each cabbage & I still had an overflowing pan on the stove. I never would have been able to prepare it if I'd used all the cabbage called for. Thank you for sharing your creation! Made for Fall 08 Dining on a Dollar #1 - Ramen Noodle challenge.