This salad can be served hot or cold! Tastes great either way! Have also made this with can corn on really hot day instead of the peas & I don't even heat the corn--I throw it right in right out of the can into the dressing! Great dish!
From Better Homes & Gardens "At one-fourth the calories and half the fat of the traditional version, this creamy coleslaw also has surprising extra sweetness from the apples." Try to use fresh dill if you can, it makes all the difference. This coleslaw is so easy and tasty. Family and friends love it!
This is a recipe I devised when I had a craving for an antipasto salad, but wanted a different spin on the dressing. Oh man, did I love the result. I served it during an outdoor bbq and it went over big! It's a simple salad with a big flavor. I hope you enjoy.
This is my most FAMOUS culinary creation. It gets it's name from the fact that I didn't have a bowl large enough to toss it. I'd scour my stainless steel sink and toss it there!
However, it looks best prepared in a big glass bowl as colorful layers - BEAUTIFUL & showy potluck recipe.
Best if made right before serving.
Adapted from the oh-so-useful The Healthy Kitchen cookbook by Andrew Weil and Rosie Daley, which especially focuses on the healthy Mediterranean cuisine. I omit or reduce the olives (too much sodium), reduce the cheese (same reason) and omit the extra salt. People who don't have to watch their blood pressure probably don't have to follow these restrictions. I do use plenty of pepper. I also add a bit of minced bell pepper (any color, because I love it). Sometimes I add oregano, basil or rosemary. It's a great lunch stuffed into a whole wheat pita. The passive "cooking" time is actually the chilling time. P.S. The original recipe only has 1 clove garlic.