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Creamy Garden Vegetable Salad

Creamy Garden Vegetable Salad recipe
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I added bacon bits to the dressing; great main meal on an extraordinarily hot day.
posted by
Tom0223_2000
on 7/10/2011
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
8/25/2007
very good, but make sure you can eat it the same day you make it. i had leftovers and the next day the tomatoes didn't taste good
posted:
7/21/2007
healthy and flavorful. perfect addition to a cookout.
posted:
7/20/2007
My family loves this salad! I usually make to take to bbq's and I never bring any home. Very Good!!!
posted:
7/2/2007
Very easy and delicious. My sons absolutely love it! I've made this several times now. It's especially great as a side dish when you're BBQ'ing.
posted:
6/20/2007
I thought I had all ingredients to make this recipe but did not have any broccoli so I left it out, It was very good - The next day I added the broccoli and a little more dressing and again it was yummy - I also added ground black pepper
posted:
5/9/2007
I made this first at home, we loved it. I made again recently for a church function. I added shredded cheese, real bacon bits, sliced green onion. WONDERFUL! I brought home an empty bowl. I will definitely make it again, and again.
posted:
3/13/2007
Made for church luncheon and was a big hit
posted:
2/22/2007
It was a hit with the whole family!
posted:
2/5/2007
All the kids love it!
posted:
10/30/2006
This is a favorite recipe that was a hit the first time I made it for a pot luck. However, my recipe had the addition of sliced olives. I have used plain black ones, kalamatas add great texture, or whole little Spanish stuffed ones. I've even used fancy oil cured like the provencale variety. These need to be pitted before hand, but are worth the effort.
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