Trudi's Oriental Crunchy Salad

Trudi's Oriental Crunchy Salad created by ForeverMama

This recipe was entered into our 2009 Corporate Soup and Salad Cook-off and took first prize for the salad category. The recipe is courtesy of Trudi Blair.

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  • To prepare the dressing, combine the ingredients in a pan and bring to a boil. Boil for one minute, chill.
  • Toast the sesame seeds, almonds, and broken noodles in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes on a cookie sheet. Discard the flavor packet for the Ramen noodles.
  • Just prior to serving combine vegetables, seed mixture with the dressing.
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"This recipe was entered into our 2009 Corporate Soup and Salad Cook-off and took first prize for the salad category. The recipe is courtesy of Trudi Blair."

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  1. ForeverMama
    Yum, this salad is very enjoyable and what a great way to use cabbage. I had some regular cabbage that needed to be used up and I'm so glad I picked this delicious salad. The toasted sesame seeds, almonds, and ramen added a nutty taste that enhanced it wonderfully. I had a serrano chili (needed to use it up) that gave it a slight edge. Thank you Cooks4_6 for sharing. Made it for Photo Tag.
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    Trudi's Oriental Crunchy Salad Created by ForeverMama
  3. arolfsen
    I made this thinking it was going to taste funny because I could not find chinese cabbage in any of my stores. Since I couldnt not find it, I used coleslaw mix. Well... it was amazing and very filling. Will definitely make again!
  4. Lisa7096
    Very good! I took it to a large family function and everyone enjoyed it. I used regular cabbage since I could not find the chinese cabbage. Very easy and very cheap to make.
  5. clean_teeth1
    I used seasame oil for more sesame flavour and I also added chopped waterchestnuts ( added another little extra crunch). I may try a little ginger next time too. All in all, the salad was a hit with everyone! Even my seven yearold cleaned his plate!! Super easy to make as well as inexpensive!!
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