Cucumber Salad - Sugar Free

"This recipe is from my Grandma, which I got from my mom. No sugar, just cucumbers, milk, white vinegar, onion, salt and pepper. Simple flavor and simple to make. You don't have to let it sit a long time before you can eat it. Great on a hot summer day."
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Ready In:
7 cups




  • Thinly slice cucumbers and onion (adjust onion to your taste, I love onions) and place in a bowl large enough to stir in other ingredients.
  • Add milk and vinegar. Milk will curdle a bit because of reaction with vinegar.
  • Add salt and pepper (adjust quantity to your taste) and stir till liquid is blended. The curdled milk should not be present any longer.
  • You can enjoy right away or chill in fridge until ready to eat.

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