Easy ramen noodle salad recipe comes together in minutes for a crispy and flavor packed salad. The dressing really brings it all together and makes this the perfect side dish.
We love this easy Ramen Noodle Salad Recipe.
You can literally whip this ramen noodle salad recipe up in minutes! The ramen adds a nice crunch to the salad and the dressing is amazing!
It’s a great meal to bring to potlucks because it’s easy to transport and so budget friendly. You can easily feed a crowd with this recipe with little effort.
Check out this video to see how to make this Easy Ramen Noodle Salad Recipe!
This recipe is perfect all by itself or serve it with this yummy balsamic chicken.
Make sure you have a large mixing bowl for the salad and just a small one for the dressing. I love the ones with lids for easy storage! Sometimes I even just whip up the dressing in a large measuring cup.
If you are looking for a delicious Asian Ramen Noodle Recipe, give this a try!
Ingredients you need for ramen noodle salad:
- package coleslaw mix
- matchstick carrots
- red pepper, diced
- green onions
- chicken flavored ramen noodles
- vegetable oil
- apple cider vinegar
- ramen chicken seasoning packet (included with noodles)
- black pepper
How to make ramen noodle salad:
In a large mixing bowl, add coleslaw, carrots, red pepper and green onions. Mix well.
Break apart ramen noodles and add to coleslaw mix. Stir well.
In a small bowl, add oil, vinegar, sugar, seasoning packet and black pepper and mix well. Pour over colelsaw mix and mix well. Stir before serving.
As you can see this is SO simple! The ramen adds a surprising twist to a traditional salad. The dressing and spices add an Asian flavor that is just amazing with the veggies.
What to serve with ramen noodle salad?
This goes really well grilled chicken. We just love it!
The possibilities are endless. Try it with Grilled Tilapia for another delicious idea.
We love to grill and serve it with this easy and delicious ramen salad. The kitchen stays cool and clean up is so easy.
What a great dinner! Everyone will love this.
This is one of our favorite Ramen noodles recipes!
Tips for cooked ramen noodle salad:
Feel free to make this salad your own. Don’t like bell peppers? Just omit them. Love red onion? Toss them in.
Sesame seeds and slivered almonds are also so tasty in this recipe. Try adding soy sauce for even more flavor.
You can also toss in mandarin oranges at the end and they really give it a great burst of citrus flavor. Yum!
We used chicken flavor in this recipe but I think shrimp would be really good as well. That might be something else to try for a change.
If you like broccoli slaw, try adding broccoli florets to this dish. So good!
The ingredients are so simple and inexpensive that it makes it really easy to try different ways. Plus, the flavor is so amazing and goes with a wide range of recipes.
It really is so versatile and easy to adapt for what you have on hand. By shopping when things are on sale I save money on groceries and it really helps our budget. Saving money and feeding a big family can be accomplished.
I cut our grocery bill by 50% off by following these 8 Tips for for Saving Money on Groceries by Menu Planning! Save that money for something else!
Try this Asian Salad Recipe today. You will love it!
It is so easy and win all around! If you are hesitant to try it because of the Ramen noodles, don’t be. Once you try it, you will see how amazing it is.
The flavor from the dressing is so tasty and the ramen adds just the perfect amount of crisp to the recipe. Give it a try because you are going to love it!
You will see why we all love it! This has quickly become one of our favorite salad recipes. Anytime I need to bring a dish to a potluck or cookout, I make this.
People go crazy over it and request I make it each time. It is such a crowd pleaser and does not disappoint.
I love that I can make a big batch and feed a large family or crowd and not spend a ton of money. It really is such a frugal recipe and packed with so much flavor.
Print this oriental ramen noodle salad coleslaw recipe below:
Easy Ramen Noodle Salad Recipe
- 1 small package coleslaw mix
- 1/2 cup matchstick carrots
- 1/2 red pepper (diced)
- 3 green onions (sliced thin)
- 1 package chicken flavored ramen noodles
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
- 1/4 cup sugar
- ramen chicken seasoning packet (included with noodles)
- 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
- In a large mixing bowl, add coleslaw, carrots, red pepper and green onions. Mix well.
- Break apart ramen noodles and add to coleslaw mix. Stir well.
- In a small bowl, add oil, vinegar, sugar, seasoning packet and black pepper and mix well. Pour over colelsaw mix and mix well. Stir before serving.
- Serves 4-6
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I REALLY LOVE your recipes!!! I also enjoy watching you and Christina together!!! You have an AMAZING sister- bond!!! I never had that with my sister!!!
I am an empty nester, but I had 6 kids and there were ALWAYS EXTRAS at my house for dinner!!!
Now, I’m having a hard time cooking for just myself!!! It’s crazy!!!
Do you have any tips/ideas for me to REALLY get a nutritious meal that is low in carbs and sugar??!
I start out getting ready to make something. My head says just use a little, it’s ONLY YOU!!!
Before you know it, I’ve made a HUGE AMOUNT of food!!!
I’m wasting money cuz a lot of times, I don’t see my kids often enough to feed them the big old pot of whatever I’ve made!!! It ends up in the trash!!! ?
It’s VERY FRUSTRATING !!!
Any tips or ideas???
Thank you for giving me some comedic relief!!!
Jodi from MASSACHUSETTS
Thanks for your comment Jodi. We have a lot of great Keto meals on Eatingonadime.com that are low in carbs and sugar. Just search Keto on the main page and it will pull them up.
As far as cooking for one, I love freezing leftovers for a quick weeknight meal or lunch. I like to freeze leftovers in a silicone cupcake pan so I can freeze individual servings so you can easily defrost however you need for yourself or more if you are having company.
We’re glad you’re here and please let us know if you need anything else. Thank you!
Are the noidles uncooked?
amazing. love this variation in place of colelsaw.
This is a favorite of my kids! Everyone loves it and I even have a couple of picky eaters! It’s delicious. I love knowing exactly what is in our food and it feels so good to save money while eating great food!
Can you add a protein to it, such as chicken?
Yes, I think cooked chicken would be delicious in this salad to add some protein to it. You could use a rotisserie chicken and that would work great.