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Marinated Broccoli-Tomato Salad

Marinated Broccoli-Tomato Salad recipe
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Move over, potato salad—these veggies are stealing your spot at the buffet. A bountiful salad with crunch and cheesy goodness in every better-for-you bite.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
4/1/2013
This is so very good. I made this for a brunch/dinner and everyone loved it. The left overs are amazing once it has marinated really well. I could eat the leftovers for lunch every day! It really good for you so no guilt here
posted:
11/6/2012
Great salad to prep ahead. The family really enjoyed.
posted:
7/7/2011
Another great variation to a "salad"!
posted:
3/15/2011
This is a really impressive recipe for a family bbq or a potluck. There are a lot of ingredients, but you don't have to cook it, so I still consider that easy. I like this because it is not an 'everyday' combination of flavors. It also is great leftover!
posted:
10/14/2010
This salad for me was different but I did enjoy it. It has a flavor of its own.
posted:
10/11/2010
Wonderful and was a big hit. I must have used too much dressing because mine was a little purple but tasted excellent.
posted:
8/21/2010
it was just fabulous. i had company and she want the recipe. thats proof enough. great job.
posted:
8/19/2010
Great Basic Recipe - so easy to make it your own! Since I don't care for salads with lettuce, I love this one! It Looks appetizing and keeps well! Used it as a full meal by adding turkey and ham cubes and served with dinner rolls. I don't like sunflower kernels or poppy seeds so I used slivered almonds instead - Yummy!
posted:
3/16/2010
I made this exactly by the recipe for a pot luck lunch. I was very disappointed in it because it was not very flavorful. It was also very expensive to make since I had to buy all of the ingredients except the mustard. (about $24 total). I have another pot luck later this week and will make it again (because I already have most of the ingredients) but I plan to make changes. I believe improvements are required in the dressing. Also, maybe using pine nuts or pecans instead of sun flower seeds would be better. We'll see.
posted:
12/29/2009
I made this for a work potluck and it went over very well! I made it again with leftover ingredients the next day for Christmas dinner at a friends house, and I again was complimented! Great taste and great colors for Christmas.
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