I was looking for a new salad recipe to take to Easter dinner at my in-law's house. This one looked interesting, and I wasn't disappointed. I sprinkled a little brown sugar over the "crispies" as they were sauteeing. I also added some ginger to the dressing and mandarin oranges to the salad. Everyone really enjoyed this salad. Thanks for sharing, Mary Anne.
Very good..I added mandarin oranges, bacon and craisins to the salad. The crispies were hard to stop munching on before I had the salad served; I also added a little brown sugar to the noodles and almonds while browning. Just be sure to keep stirring the topping while cooking as it can burn very quickly if you're not careful.
Thank you for sharing the recipe..
Didn´t have any noodles. Used romaine lettuce and cherry tomatoes. Great!!
This salad is fantastic! The crunchies and the dressing mix perfectly.
Give this another star for me for an even 40!! This will go down as one of my favorites. So easy, so delicious!! Even my husband loved it and said you can feed me this anytime. I am NOT a lover of nuts in my salads but the thought of the ramen and nuts crisping up together sounded good. I used pecan chips because that is what I had. Thanks so much for posting this!!
Totally delicious! Great tasting dressing and I loved the crunch factor of the almonds (I used slivered, which I fried in a little butter) and the noodles which I bought in a packet already fried as I couldn't find any ramen noodles. <br/><br/>I used a 300 gram bag of baby spinach and halved the dressing ingredients quantity.<br/><br/>Thanks for a very moreish recipe I will be making again soon!
Loved it! Added a dash of garlic powder and some sliced green onion to the dressing, and included sliced strawberries and fresh pineapple cubes to the salad.