Aunt Lorraine's Linguini Salad

Aunt Lorraine's Linguini Salad created by Marie Nixon

My Aunt Lorraine brought this salad to one of our Easter dinners several years ago. It was a huge hit and I made sure that she gave me a copy of the recipe. However, she wasn't very specific with the size of salad dressing bottles. Cook time = refrigerate time.

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4hrs 20mins
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  • Mix everything together in a big mixing bowl.
  • Refrigerate for at least 4 hours before serving.
  • ~NOTE~Best when refrigerated overnight!
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"My Aunt Lorraine brought this salad to one of our Easter dinners several years ago. It was a huge hit and I made sure that she gave me a copy of the recipe. However, she wasn't very specific with the size of salad dressing bottles. Cook time = refrigerate time."

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  1. Marie Nixon
    Aunt Lorraine's Linguini Salad Created by Marie Nixon
  2. Marie Nixon
    4-stars is an average rating for the 5 people who I served this to and asked to rated it. I used an 8 oz. bottle of Wishbone Zesty Italian dressing and 4 oz. of a poppyseed dressing. I took chef Lauralie41's suggestion and drained the tomatoes very, very well before adding them to the mix. I refrigerated the salad overnight.
  3. lauralie41
    Aunt Lorraine's Linguini Salad Created by lauralie41
  4. lauralie41
    This is a wonderful pasta salad! I love the sweetness of the poppyseed dressing with the vege's and the italian dressing. I used about 8 ounces of each Italian and Creamy Poppyseed dressings. The only thing I would do next time is to drain the diced tomatoes a bit better. Thank you Kim for posting and thank you to your Aunt Lorraine for sharing her recipe.
  5. SJones
    I can't believe this has not been reviewed yet. I had been making something similar to this which is called spaghetti salad, but this is by far better and even easier to make. I used an 8 oz. bottle of Italian dressing and 1/2 of an 8 oz. bottle of poppy seed dressing and it was perfect. Thanks for posting such a wonderful recipe. This will definitely go into my favorite recipes file.
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