When I make this salad for my dh and self, I keep the nuts and ramen noodles in separate plastic bags. I also keep the dressing in a jar in the fridge. These can be added anytime we want a salad. The cabbage/onion mixture will keep for several days without everything else getting soggy.
Good idea to seperate and set aside. Crunchy is better than soggy. :)
Toast your ramen noodles and almonds on a cookie sheet and I use red wine vinegar instead then also add 1T. Of soy sauce to my dressing, soo yummy.
Great side dish. Easy to make and found that the other ramen's mixed makes it more flavorful.
I've been looking for a recipe for this for a little while now. I made your for lunch to try it out and it was everything we hoped it would be :) Thank you! I will most definitely be making this again :)
Made this for our luncheon after Sabbath service (Oneg), and everyone loved it! I did WAIT until about to serve it to crumble the ramen noodles into it so that it would be crunchy and that kept it from becoming soggy. Very good! Will make again!
I couldn't stop eating this!! I made this for a group BBQ and got "Yummy" reviews. It was super easy to "throw together". It seemed a little dry, so next time I may add a little more vinegar for the sauce. I used white wine vinegar and canola oil and I did put the noodles in when I put it together instead of Tatia's suggestion of waiting. I will make this again.
Yummy, yummy, yummy, what else can I say? I really enjoyed this. My husband, who doesn't like coleslaw, said he thought it was really good. I made it this time as directed, except that I omitted the green onions. I'm postive that I shall be making this again.
I too use broccoli-slaw for a more oriental flavor, add a little five-spice seasoning.
I have a recipe that is very similar to this but I couldn't find it so I tried this one. I did find it to be quite sweet but I did enjoy the flavor of the extra noodle seasoning packet.I will definately use this recipe again. Thanks.