11 Reviews

Very good! Made half the recipe, cubed some string cheese & added left over french fried onions instead.

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Divalicious *808* December 01, 2010

LOVE it. I added carrots, raisins and sunflower seeds. My dressing was perfect. . .not runny. I did cut the recipe in half and the two of us devoured it. Will absolutely make this again. THANKS. Made for Aus/NZ Swap Oct 2008.

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JanuaryBride October 22, 2008

We really enjoyed this recipe. I loved the dressing, it is a bit more tart than some which was nice. I used a red onion and added in a small amount of grated old cheddar and a couple of tblsp. of sunflower seeds. Bacon would be nice as well but I left it out this time. This was made for ZWT4. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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GaylaV July 11, 2008

Although the broccoli salads I'm used to have more in them, I liked the simplicity of this. I blanched my broccoli then plunged it in cold water and drained very well. I added extra onions. The dressing was really good, but it was so runny that it didn't cling to the broccoli. It sat on the bottom of the bowl. I will work on doing something to that dressing, because I really did like it. I may put some cauliflower in here too next time for some contrasting color. Thanx!

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*Parsley* July 06, 2008

While not as addictive as our usual broccoli salad (sorry, this can't compete with bacon *big grins*), this was very good, indeed, and a nice change. I used dried minced onions, and let the salad marinate in my fridge most of the day, which softened them right up. The flavors really came together after several hours of "soaking", a little sweet, a little tangy, extremely crunchy. I think next time I would blanch the broccoli (green it up and make it a little more tender). Thank you for posting, made for ZWT4.

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CraftScout July 01, 2008

Very good. I used frozen broccoli that I defrosted and was the perfect texture, 1/2 the mayo. I didn`t weight the broccoli. I used 4 cups of flowerets. Did use 1 small onion. I think a red pepper diced would give this a nice color contrast. Thanks!

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Rita~ June 30, 2008

I used 12 oz's of broccoli, carrot and sugar peas (a pre packaged mix that I had). For the dressing I used cholesterol free lowered fat mayo, white wine vinegar and 2 tsps of Splenda. I adore the Tabasco addition, it really added a spark. Super easy to make but I couldn't wait the 24 hrs for it to marry. I made it at about 7 am and ate half of it for lunch at about 12:30. Also wonderful is the fact that it doesn't need a grain of added salt. Made for ZWT4

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Annacia June 22, 2008

I love broccoli salad and this was a little different with the Worcestershire sauce and the Tabasco! I added a few raisins to mine. Thanks mliss! Made for ZWT4! Go Fancy Feinschmeckers!

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Sharon123 June 20, 2008

Another great broccoli dish Melissa!! I love the kick that the Wors & Tabasco sauce add to this!!

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Mom2Rose May 19, 2008

This was a great and easy recipe. I liked the fact that the broccoli did not discolor, but stayed nice and green . I placed a bowl of salted peanuts on the side, which went over great. Thanks.:-) Koechin/chef

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Koechin (Chef) April 08, 2008
Broccoli Salad