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A good summer staple for picnics and potlucks, I've made this many times in years past. I usually add a bit of garlic, use chopped green onion instead of white or yellow, Dijon, and add a sprinkle of cayenne for a little kick. Thanks for reminding me of the recipe!
Wonderful dish... It works well in wraps or a picnic salad... I substituted finely chopped pickles for the pimento and used miracle whip rather than mayonnaise... Thanks!
Yum, yum, yum -- this salad recipe is a treat. As reviewers suggest, it can be changed - and we did. We used half the mayonnaise and omitted the peas. We may adapt it further for our use. So far, it impressed our family and a luncheon party. Well done Kathy!
This was a wonderful, different dish. I, also, used Dijon mustard and reduced fat mayo. This is now a regular at my house.
Delicious salad! I used, red onion, Dijon mustard and reduced-fat mayo. Loved the cubed monterey jack in the salad, and added a little extra. I think another reviewer's suggestion of adding cayenne is a good one and may try that next time. Thanks for posting the recipe!
I tried this recipe tonight. It reminded us of a potato salad, only made with rice. I will certainly use this one a lot during the summer. And I agree, it will be a hit for picnics. A definite keeper! Next time, I might add the cayenne and use Dijon mustard instead, will surely give it an extra zip.