Bok Choy Salad


Bok Choy Salad
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This is a salad that I don’t make often enough. I love to make this for special occasions and when I’m asked to bring a dish to a party. It has always been a big hit at any event. I haven’t met one person who doesn’t love this recipe. The salad has so many flavors and the extra “crunch” adds to the enjoyment. I sometimes make salad dressing according to the recipe; with sugar, however, I have been known to substitute the sugar with splenda. It is just as good and keeps every bit the sweetness without loosing any of the other flavors. This is definitely a “party salad.” Everyone will truly enjoy this however you choose to prepare it.As far as leftovers are concerned, the only thing I will say is that the Ramen Noodles get soft. So if you have any leftover, add some fresh noodles so you will keep the crunch.
Servings
10 Servings
Servings
10 Servings
Bok Choy Salad
Print Recipe
This is a salad that I don’t make often enough. I love to make this for special occasions and when I’m asked to bring a dish to a party. It has always been a big hit at any event. I haven’t met one person who doesn’t love this recipe. The salad has so many flavors and the extra “crunch” adds to the enjoyment. I sometimes make salad dressing according to the recipe; with sugar, however, I have been known to substitute the sugar with splenda. It is just as good and keeps every bit the sweetness without loosing any of the other flavors. This is definitely a “party salad.” Everyone will truly enjoy this however you choose to prepare it.As far as leftovers are concerned, the only thing I will say is that the Ramen Noodles get soft. So if you have any leftover, add some fresh noodles so you will keep the crunch.
Servings
10 Servings
Servings
10 Servings
Ingredients
Salad Mix
Topping
Dressing
Servings: Servings
Instructions
  1. Mix dressing until thickened. Melt butter in frying pan on low heat. While the noodles are still in the bag, break them into small pieces. Add the rest of the topping mix and cook until lightly browned. Chop bok choy (white and green parts). Chop Scallions. Keep all parts separate until ready to serve. Mix the salad mix, topping and dressing together.
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Bok Choy Salad
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This is a salad that I don’t make often enough. I love to make this for special occasions and when I’m asked to bring a dish to a party. It has always been a big hit at any event. I haven’t met one person who doesn’t love this recipe. The salad has so many flavors and the extra “crunch” adds to the enjoyment. I sometimes make salad dressing according to the recipe; with sugar, however, I have been known to substitute the sugar with splenda. It is just as good and keeps every bit the sweetness without loosing any of the other flavors. This is definitely a “party salad.” Everyone will truly enjoy this however you choose to prepare it.As far as leftovers are concerned, the only thing I will say is that the Ramen Noodles get soft. So if you have any leftover, add some fresh noodles so you will keep the crunch.
Servings
10 Servings
Servings
10 Servings
Bok Choy Salad
Print Recipe
This is a salad that I don’t make often enough. I love to make this for special occasions and when I’m asked to bring a dish to a party. It has always been a big hit at any event. I haven’t met one person who doesn’t love this recipe. The salad has so many flavors and the extra “crunch” adds to the enjoyment. I sometimes make salad dressing according to the recipe; with sugar, however, I have been known to substitute the sugar with splenda. It is just as good and keeps every bit the sweetness without loosing any of the other flavors. This is definitely a “party salad.” Everyone will truly enjoy this however you choose to prepare it.As far as leftovers are concerned, the only thing I will say is that the Ramen Noodles get soft. So if you have any leftover, add some fresh noodles so you will keep the crunch.
Servings
10 Servings
Servings
10 Servings
Ingredients
Salad Mix
Topping
Dressing
Servings: Servings
Instructions
  1. Mix dressing until thickened. Melt butter in frying pan on low heat. While the noodles are still in the bag, break them into small pieces. Add the rest of the topping mix and cook until lightly browned. Chop bok choy (white and green parts). Chop Scallions. Keep all parts separate until ready to serve. Mix the salad mix, topping and dressing together.
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