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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.
15 min
15 min
12 servings, 1 cup each
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I didn't like the idea of the uncooked ramen, so I subbed the crunchy asian noodles in a can. It was so good. Everyone loved it.
Good flavor. I prefer making this with chow mein noodles instead of the ramen noodles. The ramen noodles were a little too crunchy for my liking. Just make sure you mix in the chow mein noodles JUST before serving or they get soggy.
Excellent! My family ate every bite. I mixed all ingredients with the dressing a few hours before serving to mix flavors and then added the ramen right before serving so it would stay crunchy. A new family favorite!
This was a quick easy salad. I did not have dry roasted sunflower kernels so I substituted with raw sunflower seeds and it was still great. Thanks for the recipe, I'm adding it to my favorites list.
pretty good's too bad the leftovers don't taste quite as good since everything gets mushy. Just nothing spectacular about this dish, although it's not horrible either!
A big hit every time I have made it, great with bbq or meatballs.
This recipe is similar to one a friend gave me that has become a family favorite. Except don't throw away the seasoning in the ramen oriental flavor and add it instead of the good seasons stuff. Then it is truly asian and $1.25 cheaper..also I never used the sunflower seeds but they would be good.
I used to make a much more complicated and time consuming version of this salad, but there is no need. This one is so easy! And tastes almost identical.
This was a nice change to my usual Ramen Noodle salad - the dressing is different than what I usually make. I do want to say, however, that most ramen salads are missing a crucial step - toasting the nuts and noodles. Take 1/4 c. butter and melt it in a non-stick pan, add the ramen noodles, sliced almonds, sesame seeds and sunflower seeds and cook over med-low heat till toasted (so you can smell the nuts). The ramen noodles aren't as hard and the nuts taste so much better!
Whenever our friends come over for a bbq they ask me to make this. Its a once-a-week dish in our house, but not great as leftovers so be prepared to share if you have a small family. I add extra ramon noodles and use 1/2 toasted pine nuts and 1/2 toasted almonds because we love the crunchiness of the salad!
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