By Brooke the Cook in WI on May 27, 2008
Photo by SusieQusie
Photo by SusieQusie
"Red peppers and pineapple add the pizazz to this summery salad; while the pineapple poppyseed dressing is what makes this dish shine! I've made it as a meal, but also makes a beautiful addition to a picnic."
Serving Size: 1 (217 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"Easy, fast and delicious. I used sugar instead of Splenda and it was great. You might want to double the dressing if you plan on using the full bag of broccoli slaw."
"Great salad! The flavors are very nice and the dressing is very refreshing. Thanks for sharing!"
"What a treat. The combination is just wonderful. I will cut back on the red peppers next time. I made a little extra dressing with the remaining pineapple juice which I'm glad I did because I don't think it would have been enough with the original stated amount. I also let this marinade for about an hour and the flavors really came through and the slaw was not soggy at all. I may add some red onion to the mix next time. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for PRMR :)"
"You've got A VERY NICE, FESTIVE & GREAT TASTING SALAD ~ Really loved the dressing & will be making this again! I actually served this as a meal of its own & included what amounted to 1 very large chicken breast! Thanks for sharing this wonderful salad recipe! [Made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag]"
"What a nice refreshing salad. I made it for our lunch today. I did use fresh pineapple only because I had some available. This was a quick and easy dish to prepare. Will be making this one again. What a great way to get some of your fruit and veggies for the day. Thanks for posting."
"It has been a long time since I was *wowed* by a salad as I was this one. It is beautiful in taste and appearance. The dressing belongs in the hall of fame! ;-) Halving the recipe for the 2 of us, I stuck to the ingredients list but did vary the prep a bit. After making the dressing, I tossed it with the veggies and refrigerated it until dinnertime (about 2 hours). Just before serving, I added the chicken, tossed it again, and topped with toasted almond pieces. I served extra dressing on the side but we really didnâ€™t need it. The proportions as written were perfect. Thanks so _very_ much for posting this wonderful recipe! I can't wait to make it again!"