Okay, here is MY version of the below recipe:
The only down side to making it this way instead of using cabbage like the above recipe is that it does not last as long--the dressing will make the lettuce and the Ramen noodles soggy if you put it in the fridge overnight. When I use this at a pot luck or family function, I just don't add the noodles or the dressing until right before everyone is ready to eat. :)
1 or 2 cups cooked chicken, chopped or shredded (optional & depends on how much meat you like in your salad)
1 or 2 packages of salad (I just buy the cheapest bag that has a kind of lettuce I like in it--I think I usually get the garden blend)
1 package uncooked chicken Top Ramen noodles, broken
Dressing: Mix all ingredients and then toss with salad items
1/2 cup oil (I have used olive, olive/canola mix, and vegetable--all taste good)
3 Tbsp. vinegar (I've used regular and apple cider vinegar, & both are good)
2 Tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. salt (optional)
1/2 tsp. pepper (optional)
Flavor packet from the chicken Top Ramen
Tastes great and super fast! Enjoy!
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