Waldorf Salad Deluxe! This was amazing. I added some dried, sweetened cranberries, but followed the recipe otherwise. Thank you Mary for posting this delightful and scrumptious recipe!
My favorite recipe for waldorf salad! The banana melds with the dressing to complement tart apples perfectly. All the ingredients are usually found in my kitchen, so I make it often as a no-cook side dish for barbecued meats, in place of potato salad. As JOY1998 suggested, dried cranberries are a tasty addition.
This was a very good and refreshing salad. Next time, I will only make 1/2 the dressing - it was too much for me. Thanks for posting!
Really nice balance of flavors and reminded me of my own mother's recipe. Thanks for posting!
First ime I have put grapes in my waldrof salad. Everyone liked it. No leftovers. Thanks Mary Leverington. Bullwinkle.
For some reason this salad brings back a childhood memory although I don't remember my Mom making it. Anyway it's part salad, part dessert all in one. I didn't use grapes. Be sure to toast the walnut pieces at 350 for about 10 minutes and let cool before adding. Yum!
What an outstanding dish. I doubled the recipe. I couldn't stop eating this. I put some aside while I was preparing other dishes for Thanksgiving dinner. I kept going back for more. This is truly delicious.
The bananas and marshmallows take this over the top, making it my favorite waldorf salad! Thanks Mary, for another great recipe. Roxygirl
I made this for dinner tonight...it was delish! Reminds me of my grandmothers only updated lol! Out of preference I left out the bananas and marshmallows...I added a couple of sprinkles of nutmeg...It was a huge hit...will make this many times again...Thanks so much for posting this great recipe!!
The original recipe for Waldorf salad, which you claim this is, only contained apples, celery, and mayonnaise. While this recipe does sound delicious, it is not true to the original.