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Under-the-Sea Salad

Under-the-Sea Salad recipe
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Two layers of lime gelatin—one clear and one mixed with cream cheese, pears and cinnamon—are molded in a loaf pan for a refreshing and pretty salad.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
5 hr 20 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1 slice each
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posted:
4/21/2011
I've made this recipe for years, usually at Easter. I found the recipe in an old The New Joys of Jello recipe book, circa 1975. The recipe in the book calls for 1/8 teaspoon of ginger, not cinnamon. Ginger and pears go perfectly together. If you've tried this recipe with cinnamon and didn't care for it, try it with ground ginger. It's excellent.
posted:
6/21/2010
I have made this salad several times. My family loves it! The last time I made it I used cherry Jell-O with chopped fruit cocktail. Delicious! This recipe is a difinite keeper!
posted:
8/8/2008
I really enjoy the taste & it's a realitively easy summer salad. I've made it a few times now & have it in my recipe box on your site & have a copy printed up also. I would think it would be good to take to a party also.
posted:
4/2/2008
More like a dessert than a salad. I made it for our St. Patty's Day party.
posted:
3/1/2007
This recipe has been in my family my whole life (53 years) and then some. It has been on my family's table for Easter, graduations, birthdays and any other 'ham" dinner. One minor difference, my mother used 1/8 tsp. ground ginger, not cinnamon. My 16 year old daughter was raised on it and it's the only Jell-o mold she'll eat. The tradition will continue with her. Thank you for introducing this heirloom to young cooks.
posted:
8/14/2006
Easy to make, and everyone in the family LOVED it!
posted:
4/14/2006
This is ok. You have to be a big fan of eating straight cream cheese. The lime Jell-O just gives the cream cheese a slight lime flavor which is odd in itself. Even the pears tasted like the cream cheese & not really like pears. The Jell-O only part was good though. I think if I make this again, I will put the pears in the Jell-O & not the cream cheese so I can enjoy more of it. -A cook in St. Louis, MO
posted:
1/17/2006
GRAND, AND, I DO MEAN GRAND!
posted:
5/29/2005
for a change of flavor use orange jello and pineapple or another favorite fruit and jello combination.
posted:
5/5/2005
My 5 and 6 year olds didnt like the cream cheese layer, but my husband and I really like it.
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