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Watergate Salad

Watergate Salad recipe
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Rich with crushed pineapple, pudding, marshmallows and whipped topping, a sweet, chilled Watergate salad is always the first to go at the buffet table!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings, about 1/2 cup each
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posted:
5/22/2011
This has been a holiday favorite in my family since the 70's also. We make it in a ring mold at Christmas and garnish with cherries so it looks like a wreath. (We also leave out the nuts)
posted:
5/21/2011
i used to make it long time ago and forgot about it , so i will try with pecans.love it
posted:
5/20/2011
I make it quite often. Everyone seems to like it very well. From 1 to 10 , I would rate it a 10.
posted:
5/20/2011
I have made this for 30 years and it is always a favorite. Sometimes I leave the nuts out for people that have allergies but it is still delicious! Easy to make and transport!!
posted:
5/20/2011
This has been a family favorite since 1974, when the Watergate scandal in Washington, DC, took place. I also like Watergate cake that uses pistachio pudding!
posted:
5/20/2011
I have made this for years. I am going to be serving it at my son's graduation party in a couple of weeks. We just call it "Pistachio Salad". The only thing I do different is leave out the pecans. We like it better without them. Very yummy!
posted:
5/10/2011
I always take home an empty bowl when I make this!
posted:
1/26/2011
A tried and true winner.
posted:
1/23/2011
I've been making this Watergate Salad for close to 30 years, and it always received rave reviews. However, my recipe uses 1/2 c of unsalted sunflower seeds instead of the pecans or walnuts everyone seems to use. The sunflower seeds are really worth a try.
posted:
1/12/2011
Yummmm! I love this! My husband,, not so much...
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