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This is really tasty! I prepared it just as written. It's a pretty salad, too!

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GinnyP November 04, 2002

We really enjoyed this. The flavors blended very well together. I omitted the tomatoes because I don't like them in my broccoli salads. I used about 3 1/2 tablespoons of splenda and that made it plenty sweet for us. Thanks so much for sharing. :)

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~Nimz~ October 17, 2009

I loved this but I served it up for Easter dinner and it was the least tasted dish on the buffet line. It looked colorful and inviting but somehow didn't translate into 'eat me'. I came home with more than half the dish and I made it exactly per the recipe,. Sorry.

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Sherri at the Beach April 12, 2009

Looks good, tastes good, nice addition to any meal.

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The Queen in Quebec March 18, 2007

Yummy, made this for christmas dinner. It was a hit. Apparently this is similar to the salad served at the Claim Jumper restaurant here in the West. Great recipe. Highly recommend.

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kelster2 November 27, 2005

A great recipe! Colorful, tasty. A splendid lo-carb (if you use Splenda) substitute for coleslaw or potato salad.

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monkeyking July 20, 2004

This salad is good! I had never made a broccoli or cauliflower salad and was very pleased. We eat low-carb so I used Splenda in place of the sugar. I cut the recipe in half and it was plenty for 4 people. Thanks MizzNezz!

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*Petunia* April 05, 2004
Delicious Broccoli Cauliflower Salad