Try this Top Ramen Cabbage Salad recipe, or contribute your own.
Crush the uncooked ramen noodles. Combine noodles with cabbage, onions, sesame seeds and almonds. Combine the pkg of boullion from the soup mix with the sugar, salt, pepper, vinegar and oil to make a dressing. Add dressing to cabage mixture and toss just before serving. Notes: This is a great pot luck dish. To take along, place cabbage and onions in a covered serving dish; place noodles, seeds and almonds in a ziplock bag; place dressing ingredients in a jar. To serve, empty bag contents into serving dish. Shake contents of jar until well combined. Pour dressing over cabbage mixture and mix well. The addition of cooked chicken, turkey, barbeque pork or shrimp can make this a main dish salad. Per serving (excluding unknown items): 1452 Calories; 134g Fat (79% calories from fat); 16g Protein; 62g Carbohydrate; 0mg Cholesterol; 2215mg Sodium Recipe by: Carolyn Hancocks Mother Posted to KitMailbox Digest by firstname.lastname@example.org (Ellen) on Sep 12, 1997
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KendraCooksThis was...interesting. Kinda salty which I don't like, but a couple others liked it, so It might be just me!3y ago
leah51482My husband loved this! That's a 5 star for me :-)3y ago
denisewalletMy fave3y ago
ShayhilsingerEveryone loves this when I bring it to parties. So easy.3y ago
nrvance2007I have not tried this but am planning on making it this week. Does anyone know if it will still taste good with olive oil rather than vegetable oil? I really want to try it but vegetable oil my doctor restricted.4y ago
cadorsettI also used apple cider vinegar and also added a splash of Sesame oil..........it was excellent.......I didn't have green oinion and just used diced onion, maybe 1/3 C. I ate 3 helpings...........it was that good.6y ago
michayI use apple cider vinegar instead of white wine vinegar8y ago