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Ramen Broccoli Slaw

Ramen Broccoli Salad Recipe is ramen noodles and broccoli slaw tossed in a Soy Sauce tangy dressing. Easy to make and is a perfect side dish to a picnic or potluck.

Ramen Broccoli Slaw

Ramen Broccoli Slaw or sometimes called Ramen Broccoli Salad is a mix of Broccoli Slaw, Ramen Noodles, Almonds, and Sunflower seeds tossed in a tangy soy sauce dressing. 

Honestly, I could eat just a bowl of this Ramen Broccoli Salad and be just fine. It only takes a few minutes to throw together and they tangy dressing is so good you won’t be able to stop eating it!

Ramen Broccoli Slaw


Ramen Broccoli Salad Ingredients

  • Broccoli Slaw Mix
  • Soy Sauce Ramen Noodles (The flavor used to be called Oriental)
  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Slivered Almonds
  • Canola Oil
  • White Wine Vinegar
  • Sugar
  • Chives (optional)

How to make Crunchy Ramen Broccoli Salad

In a large bowl mix together the broccoli slaw, ramen noodles, sunflower seeds, and slivered almonds. Set the seasoning packet from the ramen noodles aside. You will use that for the dressing. 

In a small bowl whisk together the seasoning packet, canola oil, vinegar, and sugar. 

Toss the dressing with the broccoli salad until well coated. 

You can sprinkle chopped chive on top of the salad or a little oniony flavor but it is completely optional. 

Ramen Broccoli Slaw



Tips for making the Ramen Broccoli Salad ahead of time.

  • If you are bringing this Ramen Broccoli Slaw Salad to a picnic or potluck you may want to make it ahead of time.
  • Add all the ingredients into a large serving bowl except the dressing. Bring along the dressing in a separate container. Right before serving, give the container of dressing a good shake then pour it over the salad. Toss to coat.
  • If you add the dressing early the ramen noodles will get soggy and lose their crunchy texture.

Ramen Broccoli Salad Recipe Variations

  • Instead of slivered almonds try peanuts or cashews
  • Add in dried cranberries for a sweet burst of flavor.
  • Instead of white wine vinegar try apple cider vinegar or rice vinegar. 

Ramen Broccoli Salad


How to store leftover Ramen Broccoli Slaw

There is no way around it. If you have leftovers the ramen noodles will go soft. Not soft like in the soup but soft as in they will lose their crunch. It is still good leftover and you can add some fresh ramen noodles to get the crunch back. 

Store leftovers in an airtight container. Leftovers are good for 1 day. 

New Ramen Flavor Name

Top Ramen by Nissan changed the name of their Oriental Flavor to Soy Sauce Flavor. It is still in the blue package. 

More Salad Ideas

Crisp and crunchy is how I like my salads. 

Sumac Salad

Veggie Salad.

Both are perfect for Summer picnics, pot lucks, and BBQs. 

Ramen Broccoli Slaw

Ramen Broccoli Salad Recipe

Ramen Broccoli Salad
3.77 from 21 votes

Ramen Broccoli Salad

Ramen Broccoli Salad
Course Salad
Cuisine American
Keyword broccoli ramen noodle salad, crunchy broccoli slaw
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 8
Calories 211 kcal
Author Stephanie Jackson


  • 1 12 oz. package of broccoli slaw mix
  • 1 package of Soy Sauce flavor Ramen Noodles. (Originally called Oriental Flavor) broken into small pieces. Set soy sauce seasoning package aside.
  • 1/2 cup sunflower seeds
  • 2 oz. slivered almonds
  • 1/4 cup canola oil
  • 1/4 cup white wine vinegar
  • 1/4 cup white sugar
  • 1 fresh chive stem sliced


  1. In a bowl mix together broccoli slaw, Ramen noodles, sunflower seeds, and almonds.
  2. In a separate bowl whisk together Soy Sauce seasoning package, canola oil, vinegar, and sugar.

  3. Toss Soy Sauce seasoning mixture with the broccoli slaw until well coated.

  4. Sprinkle fresh chive on top of the salad.
  5. Serve chilled.

Recipe Video

Recipe Notes

This is not a Gluten-Free recipe. 

Nutrition Facts
Ramen Broccoli Salad
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 211 Calories from Fat 136
% Daily Value*
Fat 15.1g23%
Saturated Fat 1.9g12%
Polyunsaturated Fat 4.1g
Monounsaturated Fat 5.7g
Sodium 228.6mg10%
Potassium 56.9mg2%
Carbohydrates 16.2g5%
Fiber 1.4g6%
Sugar 7.3g8%
Protein 4.2g8%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.




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