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Cabbage Chicken Salad

"'We were on a tight budget when I was little, so my mother often made this refreshing salad that fit our pocketbook as well as our taste buds,' pens Heather Myrick from Southaven, Mississippi. Nicely priced at 48¢ a serving, it can be a light supper or a crunchy complement to sandwiches."
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15 m servings
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. Set seasoning packet from noodles aside. Crumble the noodles into a large bowl; add the cabbage, chicken, onions and sesame seeds. In a jar with a tight-fitting lid, combine the vinegar, sugar, water, oil, salt, pepper and contents of seasoning packets; shake well. Pour over cabbage mixture and toss to coat. Cover and refrigerate for 8 hours or overnight.

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This is my recipe (meaning I was the one who submitted it...long story short it was altered by Simple and Delicious (not by allrecipes.com) and I don't particularly like the changes. I, too, li...

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I thought this was pretty good, but my husband didn't like it at all. I was expecting a little more from it. I had a similar recipe, that I've lost, so I was trying to re-create it, and I failed...

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This is my recipe (meaning I was the one who submitted it...long story short it was altered by Simple and Delicious (not by allrecipes.com) and I don't particularly like the changes. I, too, li...

I love this salad!! The only change I made was adding toasted slivered almonds. This salad goes real fast every time I make it and is a sure fire hit when ever I take it to a potluck.

Very good, amybe a tad heavy on the vinegar, but otherwise wonderful, just like the recipe I grew up eating, only instead of sesame seeds we always used toasted almonds.

I made this as a child in 4-H and won my first gold medal! I too, like the woman who posted this recipe, add the toasted almonds (toast them my self and use the sliced ones). Her original recip...

I thought this was pretty good, but my husband didn't like it at all. I was expecting a little more from it. I had a similar recipe, that I've lost, so I was trying to re-create it, and I failed...

My only concern about this recipe was if I was suppose to cook the noodles. I didn't and still thought the salad was great. Next time I will use cider vinegar. I though the dressing should be a ...

Great! I did use almonds (toasted) as others have mentioned; but otherwise i made no changes...we loved it! Thank you!

I made this for a family gathering,most of it was still in the bowl.I didnt care for it. Sorry!

Followed HeathahLee's advice but I think I added too much oil. Good way to use up excess cabbage but would NOT put the whole package of ramen noodles or would add more cabbage. Good combination ...