Asian Ramen Salad

Are you thinking of salads and yummy fruit and veggie creations? I sure am. As soon as the weather heats up I am no longer thinking of soups and have greens on the brain. Not sure about you, but I’m a SALAD ADDICT!! I pretty much order salad every time we go out and prefer it over a hamburger. Craziness, perhaps, but it’s just something I LOVE!

Well, this next recipe is a new salad concoction that my mom tried out for us the week of Chinese New Year. We all LOVED it and I hope you love this Asian Ramen Salad too!

Asian Ramen Salad. SO yummy and so easy to make. { lilluna.com } #salad


Asian Ramen Salad
 
Ingredients
  • 2 bags of coleslaw mix
  • 3 packages chicken ramen noodles (set seasoning packets aside)
  • 1½ cups sliced almonds
  • 1 stick of butter
  • ½ cup canola oil
  • ¼ cup salad vinegar (found near the dressings at the store)
  • ⅓ cup sugar
  • 3 ramen noodle flavor packets
Instructions
  1. Place 3 bags of ramen noodles in a large plastic bag and break up.
  2. Melt stick of butter in skillet over medium-high heat. Add noodles and almonds to your skillet. Stir and cook until toasted and lightly browned. Spread onto a cookie sheet and let cool.
  3. In a medium container mix vinegar, oil, sugar and ramen seasoning packets. Close lid tight and shake well. Set aside.
  4. Right before serving add cole slaw to a large bowl. Top with noodle mixture and dressing. Mix and serve immediately.

Asian Ramen Salad - YUMMY! { lilluna.com }

Asian Ramen Salad on { lilluna.com } LOVE this recipe! #salad

We’ve made other versions of this Ramen Noodle Salad, and this was by far one of my favorites!

And just a note, be sure to put the dressing on last minute because the noodles get “soggy” after it’s been setting on for awhile. :)

For more Asian Salads check out:

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For all salad recipes on the site go HERE, and for all recipes go HERE.

ENJOY!

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Kristyn is passionate about sharing ALL things creative! From recipes and tips to crafts and DIY projects, Kristyn loves to share with her readers how to be creative and how to do things simply. When not creating, she is busy going on adventures with her 5 children (ages 7 to 6 months) and with her best friend/husband, Lorin.

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  1. 1

    We have a similar version of this.. We add a bunch of green onions and skip the butter step. So yummy! I will have to try it this way next time!

  2. 2

    I love everything about this salad! Starting to absolute put me in the mood for summer!
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  3. 3

    Easy and so good. Thank you and have a supere-duper weekend..

  4. 4

    Unfortunately, Asain Slaw (which has been my absolute favorite salad since the 1980’s) is extremely high in fat, from the noodles. I’ve been searching for a healthier version, experimenting and tinkering with the ingredients. I was aghast to see that this version has butter added! We tend to think that “salads” are healthy but beware…

  5. 5

    This looks delicious!!! Thanks so much for sharing! This may just have to be my lunch today :) Stopping by from Hoyby Crafts.
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  6. 6

    I need to know what size bags if slaw?!?!

  7. 7

    I’m allergic to the MSG in the seasoning packets! Do you have any ideas on how to make a similar dressing that I would be able to eat?


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