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Pasta salad that can be made for summer get-togethers, or for your family!

Recipe #23049

I saw another recipe posted for this and when I made it, it was a little different than the one my Mama always made. So I called her and this is what she told me was in her original recipe. It tasted just the way I remembered. And before you start critiquing, this recipe was not meant to have cinnamon and allspice in it. It's just a simple, quick way that I was taught to make red beet eggs and I was told that this is the "Central PA Dutch" version, not the Amish version. I don't know the difference, but these are fantastic. Hope you enjoy! (COOK TIME DOES NOT INCLUDE OVERNIGHT REFRIGERATION)

Recipe #454305

11 Reviews |  By WJKing

This is *hard* to beat! It gets even better as it sits a few hours or even a day or two. Great recipe! *Enjoy*!

Recipe #47815

This is great for a buffet! A marriage of couscous and fresh veggies held together by a Southwestern flavored dressing!

Recipe #21843

A little fresh basil in the dressing brings this make-ahead salad up-to-date. Substitute torn romaine lettuce for the spinach, if you like. For a dramatic presentation, serve this salad in a clear glass bowl. The salad must refrigerate for 5 hours, which is included in preparation time. This recipe is by Kraft.

Recipe #304374

This recipe makes A LOT so save it for a large gathering, pot luck or cook out. It is light and refreshing and goes well with everything from burgers, steaks to grilled chicken or just eaten alone. I personally like using the lighter angel hair instead of thicker pastas. Enjoy!

Recipe #55840


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