When I bring this Ramen Cabbage Salad to a potluck, everybody loves this tangy, crunchy, side dish. It is easy and quick to prepare and so delicious.
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Feed a Crowd
I made that large bowl of Ramen Noodle Salad last weekend and there was a scant amount left for maybe a little snack later. That was grabbed up too. I took home an empty bowl.
When food is that good that you can bring healthy food and not have any to bring back home…that is good food.
Beautiful Fresh Napa Cabbage
Napa Cabbage Cut in Half
This beautiful cabbage is cut in half so you can see the fresh layers. You can see the thicker white part just above the stem that would be a little tougher to eat. Therefore, I just cut down to that part. To prepare the cabbage, I cut it in half. First though I washed the outside, removed an outer layer of leaves.
Next, I sliced each half in approximately 3 sections.
The photo below shows how I sliced across the sections. This made for easy eating on the soft fresh leaves. Additionally,as you get closer to the stem and the cabbage gets a bit tougher, the pieces are small enough where they can be easily chewed and enjoyed.
Ramen Noodle Salad Dressing
se this delicious saucy salad dressing over the top of the Ramen Noodle Salad ingredients. I made this last week. Salad was what I was supposed to bring to our gathering. When I uncovered the salad, the family exclaimed you brought “THE” salad. I laughed not knowing it was so special. Well, a few wanted the recipe. I told them I would get on the stick and get it on the blog.
Use the Salad Dressing for many different salad combinations. It just adds so much flavor and is so easy to make too.
This Cabbage Salad is Ridiculously Simple!
There are a million ways you can make this Asian Ramen slaw.
I am using a head of fresh Napa Cabbage, a bunch of green onions, partial bag of pre-shredded cabbage, walnuts, dried sweet cranberries, and of course, the toasted Ramen Noodles. However, feel free to use your favorite salad ingredients.
Crunchy Raman Noodles
Top your favorite salad off with the toasted Ramen Noodles and the delicious and easy Oriental Salad Dressing. Often, I use this salad dressing on lettuce with slices fruit, such as a few strawberries. Add a bit of cheese, and it becomes a meal
Get your family to enjoy eating their salad greens.
Ramen Cabbage Salad
- 3 Tbl Butter
- 3 3 Oz. Packages of Ramen Noodles Seasoning Packet Removed, Break up the Ramen Noodles while still in the package for less mess.
- 1 Cup Walnuts Chopped coarsley
- 1 Head Napa Cabbage Clean, Dried, and Cut to Bite-sized pieces
- 2 Cups Shredded Cabbage the kind you purchase in a bag
- 1 Bunch Green Onions Sliced Thin
Oriental Salad Dressing
- 1/2 Cup Light Flavored Olive Oil Or some other light oil you like
- 1/4 Cup White Vinegar
- 1/2 Cup White Sugar
- 2 1/2 Tbl. Low-Sodium Soy Sauce
- 3/4 Cup Dried Cranberries
- Cut the Napa cabbage, slice the green onions, and combine this with the bagged cabbage in a large mixing bowl. Add half of the dried cranberries and walnuts (you can also toast these first before adding or buy them already toasted). Add half of the Ramen noodles.
- A few minutes before serving this cabbage salad, pour the salad dressing over the greens. Mix. Add the remaining Ramen Noodles, cranberries, and walnuts on the top.
Ramen Noodle Topping
- Melt the butter in a large skillet over medium heat. While the butter is melting, crush the Ramen noodles while they are still in their packages. Once crushed and the butter is melted, pour the contents into the butter in the skillet. Remove the seasoning packets. You will not need those for this recipe.
- Saute for a few minutes While stirring frequently, until the Ramen noodles are turning golden. Remove from the heat and let cool.
Oriental Salad Dressing
- To make the dressing: combine the sugar, oil,
- vinegar, and soy sauce in a bowl.
- Whisk for a minute or so.
- Whisk until the sugars are dissolved.
- Refrigerate any left over salad dressing.Enjoy
- Serve and enjoy.
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I hope that you liked this recipe. If you are looking for more ideas on what to make, here are a few other recipes that you may enjoy.