Green Grape Delight

"This is a very old recipe, about 100 years. The combination of garlic and grapes sounds strange, I know, but try it. It's absolutely fabulous."
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine first 5 ingredients and mix until smooth.
  • Gently fold in grapes and nuts.
  • Chill thouroughly, about 2 hours.
  • Serve as a salad on lettuce leaves.

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Reviews

  1. NoSpringChicken
    This wonderful and unique combination of ingredients is chilling in my refrigerator now. Even without the chilling time, though,it is as your say.....fabulous! I used more garlic...2 cloves....which I minced and it doesn't overpower the grapes at all. It is a keeper!
     
  2. bobalouie
    I have made this recipe more than any others on this site combined. Whenever I make it I print out a few copies of it, not because I can't remember the ingredients, but because someone(s) always ask for it. It is a timeless, fantastic, and surprising taste experience. People always try to guess what is in it, and they always fail because the flavours meld so beautifully. riffraff, I will be in your debt always for the satisfaction and pride you've given by posting this gem. thanks so much.
     
  3. Kirste
    OH MY!! This is wonderful! I increased the quantity of garlic and cayenne pepper. On my 1st attempt; I substituted sour cream for the mayo. On my 2nd attempt; I substituted the cream cheese with yogurt cheese and left out the mayo/sour cream. YUM!!YUM!!
     
  4. Just Cher
    This recipe sounded so interesting I just had to give it a try. I was very pleasantly surprized. Who would have thought this combination of flavors would derive such a delicious summer salad. I served this along side your ribs and it was a winner.
     
  5. Thellie
    This is great and easy. The second time I made it, I used a little less sugar. Everyone at my luncheon today loved this and asked for the recipe. Served it w/#43397 Shrimp Louis Pasta Salad. Got raves all around. Thanks much.
     
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  1. Kirste
    OH MY!! This is wonderful! I increased the quantity of garlic and cayenne pepper. On my 1st attempt; I substituted sour cream for the mayo. On my 2nd attempt; I substituted the cream cheese with yogurt cheese and left out the mayo/sour cream. YUM!!YUM!!
     

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