Monday, April 8, 2013

Ramen Cabbage Salad

How is Spring going for you? We have been keeping busy. We enjoyed some time by the ocean last week with my son and his wife. We had a Good time!  It was nice to enjoy the LDS General conference this weekend. We celebrated my mother in laws birthday yesterday at our house. I thought it would be fun to just have salads and Salsa and guacamole plus some desserts. It turned out really nice. It is nice to not always do things the same and switch it up a little bit. We enjoy spending time with family.  It has been a very nice couple of weeks.

I enjoyed making a salad I have not made in a long time. The Cabbage was not the bright green that I like to see, but it tasted good.

1/4  tsp of sesame seeds 
1/4 tsp raw sunflower seeds 
1/4 tsp raw pumpkin seeds
2 packages of ramen your choice of flavor 
6-7 green onions chopped
2/3 C oil (I used olive oil)
2T water
1/4 C rice vinegar
1 T sugar or honey
1/2tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper

1. In a small sauce pan toast the seeds. Until lightly toasted. Then crunch up the ramen and toast along with the seeds. Toast until the ramen noodles are lightly toasted. (To help them not to get soggy in the salad.
2. In a jar pour oil, water, 1 to 2 seasoning packets from the ramen, sugar, salt and pepper. Put on the lid and shake it up until all combined. Taste and add more sugar or salt and pepper if needed. Put in the fridge until right before serving. 
3. Cut up the cabbage and onions. You want the cabbage to be thinly chopped. Combine together.
4. Pour the seeds and ramen noodles on top of the cabbage and stir in with the dressing about 30 min before serving.  Enjoy!     


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