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    I adapted this recipe from Cooks.com. I like Basmati or Jasmine rice for this recipe. Each adds its own subtle flavor. Note: I changed the estimated number of servings from 10 to 6 because after making it twice, I can say that this recipe seems to inspire "seconds" and "thirds." We eat a salad along with it--no bread, soup, etc. If you are controlling the portions for a dinner party or are serving a variety of side dishes along with this main course, use the higher number of servings. Note 2: I had this leftover yesterday for lunch, and it warmed up great in the microwave. Freezing seems to be fine, too. Note 3: Because we were running low, my husband substituted parmesan cheese for swiss, cut the amount of cheddar cheese in half, and mixed the cheeses into the casserole instead of putting them on top. He also added a dash of cayenne pepper. We liked it just as well.

    Recipe #378260

    A friend made this salad for a get-together. This is my version from the memory of the ingredients she tossed out when I asked her for the recipe. I added grilled chicken and topped with some raspberries the last time I made it.

    Recipe #378235

    This recipe came from a lovely woman in New Zealand. She had lost lots of weight through using this salad every night. She would substitute or add any raw vegetables she had in the refrigerator. The lowfat secret is in the dressing.

    Recipe #131125

    This recipe can be made many ways, with fruit or vegetable changes, different nuts, and variations on the dressing. My husband likes the dressing without the vanilla yogurt, more vegetables, and pecans. (Less sweet) My daughter likes the dressing with the yogurt and mandarin orange juice, lots of fruit, and almonds. (She likes it more sweet!) My son likes it with the shredded swiss cheese and no nuts. When my mother in law comes over, we leave out the shredded coleslaw due to her allergies. So have fun with this recipe. I've never made it exactly the same way twice, and I think every variation has been delicious!

    Recipe #131124


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