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We had record breaking heat today and this was the perfect salad to have with our grilled fish dinner. It's crunchy, refreshing and delicious. I didn't really measure when making this. Fresh carrots and celery were used and I just kept the ratio to about 2:1. (carrots:celery). The green onions were from my garden. Made for ZWT6.
What a terrific little salad. I also used fresh vegetables. This went perfectly with the hot dogs we had for a quick supper. Thanks Lauralie. :) Made for the May Pool Party Tag in the Diabetic Forum
Very nice fresh tasting salad. I'm glad I found this recipe. I used fresh veggies and real mayo. After tasting I also decided to add a pinch of salt. But I will definately be making this one again.
O'hh la~la~this is a farmers dream, and everybody that tries this simple but packed with taste, crunchy salad will be rewarded with a terrific treat. There was nothing to change about this recipe; although I suspect you could easily use either Miracle Whip or good mayonnaise with not much variance. I already had cider vinegar/sugar made up, as I use this for cucumbers. I did use some red onion as suggested by the previous reviewer, just because it was so pretty. Thanks so much, Lori for a wonderful, exciting new recipe that is a delight :D
It's like a slaw made with shredded carrots and celery. I used fresh carrots and celery, so I can't speak for how it would turn out with "jarred" veggies. I shredded the celery w/ a veggie peeler. Besides the green onions, I put in some thinly sliced purple onion for color. I used regular mayo, so I used more vinegar and sugar to make it more "Miracle Whip-ish." It's a nice change from the usual picnic salads. I'll make this again. Thanx for adopting this!