The most fun you can have with a cheap package of ramen noodles! I don’t really know why it’s called Hawaiin, but we’ll go with it.
I didn’t get a picture of the ingredients, but here’s what you’ll need:
1 bag of coleslaw mix
small bunch green onions
1/3 jar (8-12oz size) toasted sunflower seeds (like Planter’s brand)
small package of sliced or slivered almonds
package of chicken flavored ramen noodles
For the dressing:
1/2 cup oil
2-3 Tbs. sugar
salt and pepper
seasoning packet from the ramen
Break the noodles into a 9″ pan and add the almonds. Toast at 350 degrees to brown them. Stir every little bit. This should take about 10-15 minutes.
Mix up the dressing and stir everything together. Enjoy!
That looks soooo good! Thanks for dropping by the new blog and commenting. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!
Mrs. B. says
This sounds SO yummy! I can’t wait to try it.
That looks good. Your blog is great. I am always looking for new ideas.
I think that looks really good but I have a feeling my kids wouldn’t eat it. Too bad, may have to make it anyway.
Dropping by from SITS– have a happy Monday!
Midwest Mommy says
That looks yummy!
Mommy's Kitchen says
This sounds really good something that i think i would love. Thanks for stopping by my site.
Tara B. says
This looks incredibly good! Will have to try it out soon.
I’ve made this many times, omitting the nuts&seeds. One of my friends uses mango in hers. Good potluck dish, especially in the warmer months picnic potlucks.
I use canola oil with a bit of sesame oil and add some extra ginger and garlic powder.
I think I’ll try this recipe tonight. You must be an expert because I noticed that you use a little bit of this and a little bit of that a lot. I’m new and need exact amounts until I know what I’m preparing. jThanks for your recipes.
I think I’ll try this recipe tonight. You must be an expert because I noticed that you use a little bit of this and a little bit of that a lot. I’m new and need exact amounts until I know what I’m preparing. Thanks for your recipes.
This sounds so good. Writing the ingrediants on my Easter grocery list right now.
Shelana Ferris says
I have made this for years, but my recipe calls for beef flavored ramen noodles. I think the original recipe I have calls it Sunshine Salad. I just call it Broccoli Slaw. I use balsamic vinegar instead of white vinegar and it’s super yummy.
I saved this recipe but the vinegar is not listed, I added about 2 tbs. red wine vinegar, taste very good.
The recipe doesn’t have vinegar, which is different than most recipes like this. You can use it though, if you like.
Hawaiian said “pineapple” to me. My coleslaw recipe has pineapple in it, I don’t have a name for it, I just made it up and everyone loves it. But Hawaiian Coleslaw would be an apt name since I do use Pineapple.
I thought the same thing. I kept going back through the recipe trying to figure out why she calls it Hawaiian 😉😉
Eileen Ross says
Top Ramen is extremely unhealthy, as the “noodles” contain dangerous preservative chemicals.