Thursday, August 23, 2007

Asian Salad

I'm not sure where this recipe originated, but my sister makes this dish often for parties. It's always a big hit for those potluck-type shindigs.

It's really simple but delicious! Perfect for a light summer dinner. It's a great change of pace from a salad of greens.

And, it's vegetarian! ;)

1 package of slaw
1 (3oz) container of rice noodles
2 packages of ramen noodles cooked with no flavoring
1 bunch of green onions chopped
1 cup silvered almonds

1 cup vegetable oil
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup vinegar
2 tbl soy sauce

Mix the sauce and the other ingredients in separate bowls. Then combine it all together. See, told ya it was simple!

The recipe marks my second entry in the Presto Pasta Night round-ups, which are posted each Friday night. This week is the six-month anniversary of PPN. Head on over to Ruth's Once Upon a Feast blog to check it out... but only if you want your mouth to water!


Ruth Daniels said...

Thanks for bringing a great party dish to the Presto Pasta Night big six month bash! I love it!

Tofu Mom (AKA Tofu-n-Sprouts) said...

Yum! I make something very similar but I don't cook the ramen noodles, so they're crunchy with the cabbage.

Either way, I love that combination!

Kumudha said...

Asian salad looks very nutritious.
I have to try it sometime.

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