This recipe needs 10 stars as it's absolutely delicious. I didn't change anything and LOVED it.
Excellent recipe. It's a great potluck dish and the bowl is emptied every time. I have substitued cheddar cheese for the mozzarella on occasion and that tastes great too. I use red wine vinegar instead of white vinegar and I also add 1/2 cup of roasted/salted sunflower seeds which is a good complement to the sweet dressing. If I am serving a vegetarian crowd, I leave out the bacon and it's still delicious.
Nothing left after the party, a huge HIT!
This recipe was great! It was easy to make & I didn't change it a bit. I took it to our family's Christmas gathering this year & they ate it up. Even the kids who don't like Broccoli loved it!! I made it a day ahead just like the recipe said. When first opened the smell can be over-powering (not sure if it's the broccoli or the onions, or both) but once you get past that you have a truly delicious salad!!
I find this an excellant salad and very easy to make. Always a hit a parties and get togethers.
very easy to make and it taste good
This is a great salad there is never any left when I serve it.
I steamed the broccoli for 5 minutes just to make it al dente and to "kill" anything that washing may have missed. This recipe made the broccoli taste mild and agreeable. Next time I will add mustard and sharp cheddar to zip it up a bit.
Made this last night for friends and family. I made it just as the recipe states and it was very good. I used low-fat mayonnaise. A really nice salad. Thanks.
I made this salad for a potluck quilting luncheon, and had nothing left over to bring home to my husband. It was delicious. I used half cauliflower and half broccoli and I added 1 cup of sunflower seeds just before serving. I used white wine vinegar. Everyone in the group wants the recipe. Thanks vincy bramblett for promoting my image as a good cook!