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Very good. I was looking for something different. This is a nice change.

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kfcook April 28, 2009

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!

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Chef GreanEyes February 20, 2008

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!

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2bizzy December 19, 2007

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!

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Gr8full One October 14, 2007

I've made this before but lost the recipe. Very good.

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Djop66 September 08, 2007

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.

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Ms. MO May 20, 2006

Absolutely delicious. I loved the crunchy texture of the dish. Will definitely make again.

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Canadian Jane September 23, 2005

Excellent flavor, I liked the kick from the soy sauce. Thanks!

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Dana-MMH May 30, 2005

I am giving this a 5 star because I loved the dressing. I dont like "crunchy" foods,so I omitted the almonds and the sunflower seeds, I thought the noodles would soften after the addition of the dressing to it which it didnt. I would definately consider making an oriental chicken salad using the same ingredients listed here minus the coleslaw or dressing. Thanks for the recipe.

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chef FIFI December 28, 2004

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.

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Mike McCartney December 06, 2004
Ramen Noodle Slaw