Good Sam Club Camping Recipe: Ramen Noodle Slaw Salad

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Ramen Noodle Slaw Salad is a delightful twist on a mayonnaise based summer salad. This salad has many flavors and textures all held together with its sweet and tangy dressing. This Asian twist on summer salad will go fast at your gathering or cookout. Watch our latest Cooking With The Club camping recipe video and get the instructions below.

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Ramen Noodle Slaw Salad What You’ll Need:

Slaw Ingredients
(1) 16 oz package cole slaw
1 package green onion
4 cups broccoli, un-cooked
2 packages beef flavor ramen noodles, un-cooked
1 cup sliced almonds (optional)
1 cup sunflower kernels

Dressing Ingredients
1 & ¼ cup vegetable oil
¾ cup distilled white vinegar
¾ cup Stevia or sugar
2 packages beef flavoring from inside ramen noodle packages

Preparation Instructions
Chop broccoli & green onion into small pieces
Break up ramen noodles (do not cook)
Mix main ingredients

In separate bowl, mix dressing ingredients
Pour dressing over broccoli mixture
Let sit at least 1 hour to absorb dressing
If adding almonds, add just before serving

Cooking for smaller group? Just ½ the recipe!

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5 comments

  1. Anonymous

    Looking delicious. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Anonymous

    Question about Ramen Slaw dressing. 3/4 CUP of stevia? Really? That sounds sounds like way too much. Icky sweet. Just wondering if that’s a typo. Thanks.

    • Good Sam

      Good Sam

      That’s the great thing about this recipe, you can adjust to your own taste! Don’t have a sweet tooth, use 1/4 or 1/2 cup. Not a fan of Stevia, use real sugar. Consider halving the recipe the first time you make it to see how you like it!

  3. Anonymous

    We use pure, stevia powder, so 3/4 C would be way too much. Maybe a Tb. to start out with. This salad is really good and easy to make.

  4. Anonymous

    In Nov 2016 we purchased an Instant Pot pressure cooker and was amazed at how wonderful it was to prepare meals camping!!!! By the time hubby had camp set up, dinner done! Amazing