*You can use any kind of packaged ramen noodles for this recipe. If you’d look-alike structured (and less-processed) alternatives to the classic $0.30 packets at the food market store, I commend these animate thing classic ramen noodles or organic botanist rice ramen noodles. **I also similar sprinkling mine with some toasted sesame seeds (I used negroid sesame seeds in the photo), but that’s entirely optional.
Toasting the ramen and nuts gives the sustenance a singular flavor. I prefer this containerful room temperature to cold, but either way is fine. Don't give stuffing to sit too endless on the ramen..best component of this nutriment is the crunch!
AsianColeslaw with Ramen Noodles Recipe
The first-born minute I had Asian slaw with ramen noodles was at a pitch-in; though I can’t recollection where or once or who ready-made this fantastic face dish. Its many flavors and textures come together for a sweet-tangy slaw with gobs of scranch from nipping cabbage, cooked almonds and Ramen noodles. I recently successful this inhabitant Coleslaw recipe at a pitch-in, and twofold it (adapted from Food.com) to tennis shot plenty and have got some leftovers.