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Oriental Ramen Cole Slaw Salad

This is an excellent recipe I got from my grandmother who has been making this for years. It's always a hit, especially at potlucks. Even my husband likes it and he isnt a cole slaw eater! Instead of sunflower seeds cashews can be added as a variation.

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  • For the dressing, combine vinegar, vegetable oil, sugar and the two flavor packets from the ramen noodles, set aside.
  • In a large bowl, combine cole slaw mix, crushed ramen noodles and sunflower seeds.
  • Pour dressing mixture over salad and toss well to coat.
  • Cover and let it sit for 2 to 3 hours in the fridge.
  • Enjoy!
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"This is an excellent recipe I got from my grandmother who has been making this for years. It's always a hit, especially at potlucks. Even my husband likes it and he isnt a cole slaw eater! Instead of sunflower seeds cashews can be added as a variation."
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  1. Mary J.
    This is a great recipe when you're looking for something a little different from the usual pasta/potato salads. I have made this many times and always get compliments. I substitute sliced almonds for the sunflower seeds. I toast the almonds and the broken up ramen, with 1 tablespoon butter over medium heat 'til they are a nice light brown.
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  2. Amy C.
    I have been making this for almost 15 years.. the only difference is I use the BEEF Flavored Ramen,, and I make the dressing the night before so the sugar has time to meld in with the oil etc. has ALWAYS been a BIG hit at BBQ's in the summer... :)
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  3. anna3770
    I had this at a party years ago and finally found a great recipe to replace that awesome memory of flavors. Only change I made was to top off with chicken for a complete meal.
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  4. november131980
    I substitute sliced almonds for the sunflower seeds and add green onions. This is always a big hit at family and work get togethers!
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  5. november131980
    I substitute sliced almonds for the sunflower seeds and add green onions. This is always a big hit at family and work get togethers!
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