This salad was a nice change from the potato salads served along side our campfire smokies on a resent fishing trip. Thanks Diana #2. [Made and reviewed for Recipe Swap #29, June 2009].
I couldn't find summer savory at any of the stores I went to... so I subbed thyme and majoram for it. Might be the lack of correct herbage, but I just... I don't know, it didn't seem to have much oomph. It was fine, but it wasn't, you know... super awesome and freaky. Maybe some garlic, or vinegar or mustard or something to give it just a little kick. Thanks, though, this will be lunch tomorrow! :) *** Edit: I did have this for lunch today, but with a spattering of Old Bay Seasoning. It seemed to give it that flavor I thought was missing before. I'm making more of this very soon. The Old Bay was the key.
Very good salad. I made this last week for DD's lunches and she enjoyed it very much.
This pasta salad turned out very good, and I'll definitely be making it for potlucks and barbeques. I used rotini noodles, dried chives (I couldn't find fresh at my grocery store), and I added a teaspoon of dried thyme to the spices. Other than that, I like the recipe very much as is. The variety of veggies is very colorful.