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Crunchy Asian Salad

Crunchy Asian Salad recipe
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This sweet and tangy Asian-style salad gets its crunch from ramen noodles.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
9/3/2005
A hit at all gatherings. Made this for cook-outs, home, and took it to work for salad day. Soooo easy to make. I added Mandarine oranges for a different taste, oh so good. Make ahead, it's easy!!
posted:
8/31/2005
This was delicious! I added extra sunflower seeds to mine. I took it to a family get together and it was gone. Everyone loved it! Very easy to make also.
posted:
8/7/2005
The flavor is outstanding and everyone had to have the recipe!
posted:
7/21/2005
YUMMY ;-} Made this for a potluck and everyone loved it even the children. Now hubby wants me to make it every function we have. *Add some mandarin oranges and candied almonds*.
posted:
7/10/2005
This one of my favorites. Really nice for potlucks and picnics.
posted:
6/30/2005
This is now a new favorite at my house! The only thing I did differnt was to use broccoli slaw. An excellent side dish or a main dish for a light lunch.
posted:
6/27/2005
Fantastic salad. This is the second time I have made it. When I make the salad dressing, I substitute sesame seed oil for some of the oil and it added a great taste. I am going to add cooked chicken the next time I make this for a main summer dish.
posted:
6/26/2005
Rave reviews both times I have made the recipe. I will make it again and again.
posted:
6/22/2005
I just made this for a Father's Day potluck out at the lake. I was nervous to make & take for the first time without actually trying it. To my surprise, it was a hit and everyone raved about it. I even left out the sunflower seeds & almonds and it was great! Definitely a great potluck dish because there's no mayo or sour cream to spoil.
posted:
6/20/2005
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