Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 10 mins

No kidding - probably the best salad you've ever eaten! Even the kids love it.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Wash romaine and cut into bite size pieces.
  2. Roll up in a clean dry towel and refrigerate for several hours.
  3. (This makes the lettuce super crisp) Slice the green onion into thin rings.
  4. Chop the broccoli, stems and flowers, into small pieces.
  5. Break the ramen noodles up into small pieces.
  6. (I leave it in the bag and whack it with a kitchen mallet.) Remove flavor envelope from ramen packet and throw away.
  7. Melt butter in a large deep skillet.
  8. Add ramen noodles and walnuts and stir and cook over medium heat until light brown.
  9. Be sure to watch carefully and stir constantly- they will burn easily.
  10. Turn out onto a double thickness of paper towels and cool.
  11. Put romaine into a LARGE bowl and add broccoli, onions, ramen noodles and walnuts.
  12. Toss.
  13. Mix dressing ingredients together and add to salad.
  14. You make not want to use it all- I don't but some people like"wetter" salads than I do.
  15. Use your own taste as a guideline.
Most Helpful

Yummy, yummy, yummy!! Sauteing the noodles and walnuts in butter made them so flavorful! And the dressing has a teriffic sweet-tart mix. This is just so easy to make and it truly is delicious. Thanks suzyq!

MizzNezz July 16, 2002

They were indeed crunchy(thanx for the tip on preparing lettuce)! The flavour of the walnut and ramen in butter was something new for us, and the salad dressing was refreshing too. Thank you for sharing the recipe! It's a great summer salad.

Izzy Knight May 16, 2002

This was such a surprise. The salad was crunchy allright, and the flavors blended perfectly. I used about half the dressing. Will make again soon! Thanks

kmart1605 April 11, 2010