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Ramen Salad

21 Jul

ImageJust as with the Dill Salmon recipe, we can all thank my mother (Cynthia, aka Cynbad) for this genius recipe.  It’s a surprising, healthy twist on an infamous college staple- ramen noodles.  As you will see below, there are a myriad of rando ingredients to buy which definitely add up, especially if you possess none of these already.  HOWEVER, this recipe makes 10 cups and lasts for days, becoming increasingly more flavorful.  I once made this during finals week and basically nommed on it morning, noon and night for a solid 4 days.  It is also a very easy and delicious contribution for any sort of dinner party or casual gathering.  My mom, the consummate hostess, made it every time I wanted to have my gang of friends over; this occurred so often and with such warm reception that my best friend always asks if Ramen Salad is in the fridge before agreeing to make the 6 minute drive.  Basically, you can’t go wrong.

Ingredients:

-1 1lb  bag of broccoli slaw

-2 packages of chicken-flavored ramen noodles (you will have to crush the dry noodles, which is semi labor-intensive)

-1 cup soy nuts

-1 bunch of scallions

-1 small red pepper, chopped

-1/2 cup cran raisins

Crush dry noodles into small-sized bits and mix all ingredients together in large bowl.

Dressing Ingredients:

-3/4 cup vegetable oil

-1/3 cup sugar or Splenda

-1/3 cup white rice vinegar

-2 package of ramen noodle flavoring

Combine ingredients in separate bowl and whisk together.  Pour dressing into large bowl with Ramen mix and stir until Ramen mix is coated.  Let sit for 1 hour before serving so the dressing gets all soaked up and enjoy!!

Serving size: 1 cup. Amount of servings: 10. Calories per serving: 265

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