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    I usually double this recipe and it makes six large sandwiches and about 8 regular size. I created this recipe by changing a similar chicken salad recipe I have, and it's a big hit with my husband and kids alike. Also, I personlly don't like onion or celery by themselves, but I wouldn't leave them out of this recipe. Together, the flavors are all on point.

    Recipe #479451

    This recipe was given to me from my mom, who got if from her mom, who likely got it from her mom. It was originally told to me like, "a little of this, a little of that", so it was a challenge to create actual measurements to sharet it. I must admit, I have changed it up a bit, but in ways that make it more fresh and flavorful. I make it and use it for pasta, pizza from scratch, dipping sauce for bread sticks, and then freeze some for later. It's a great money saver that way. I also use fresh herbs if I have them, instead of dried but remember the measurements are smaller for fresh. Add ground meat or meatballs for pasta dishes.

    Recipe #472279

    This recipe is sophisticated, but tastes really down-home. It originally came from Taste of Home and I tweaked it a bit, so it may look similar to another on the site, but I think my version is superb. Also, when I reheat it, I add more parm and some butter. It was fantastic the second time around too!

    Recipe #472271


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