I completely loved this recipe. The texture/crunch of this was out of this world. Also, the taste was excellent. I did use 2 tbl of soy instead of 1 tea, as I am wild about soy. I did not have any green onions, so I used 1 tbl of minched instead. I took the advice about adding chicken, and it made a fantastic meal. Thanks for the keeper.
I didn't have cider vinegar, so I substituted with white vinegar. I used sliced almond instead of silvered and forget to add the seasoning package in the salad dressing. I still loved this salad and give it 5 stars. Next time I will add the seasoning and chicken for a meal. I can hardly wait.
Very good. I was looking for something different. This is a nice change.
Thanks for posting! my mom would make this for potluck at our small church and i have been craving this dish soooo bad! Just like she used to make it!! Yummy!
I'm not usually a recipe "tweaker", but I love the flavors in this recipe and thought switching up a couple of things might make it even better. I subbed some of the oil with sesame oil, I replaced the sunflower seeds with toasted sesame seeds and I browned the ramen noodles in a skillet with a little butter just until they were golden. I have to say, I like this salad both ways!
Substituted half the oil for sesame oil and used bok choy instead of cole slaw mix. We loved this recipe!!! This is awesome with barbecue!
I've made this before but lost the recipe. Very good.
Try this recipe using the oriental-flavored ramen noodles. If you really like the crunch, chill the dressing, cabbage and onion mixture first. Then add nuts and noodles just before serving.
Absolutely delicious. I loved the crunchy texture of the dish. Will definitely make again.
Excellent flavor, I liked the kick from the soy sauce. Thanks!