Pasta Salad Con Salami

Pasta Salad Con Salami created by Ms B.

This is a very tasty Italian pasta salad. Great for large groups.***ADOPTED***

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  • Cook pasta.
  • Meanwhile, whisk together oils, vinegar, garlic and pepper.
  • Reserve.
  • Drain pasta and immediately toss with dressing.
  • When cool, add salami, peppers, olives, onion, cheeses and parsley.
  • Toss until all ingredients are coated well.
  • Serve at room temperature.
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"This is a very tasty Italian pasta salad. Great for large groups.***ADOPTED***"

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  1. rosslare
    Very tasty, the dressing is great! Plenty oil, though, and I left the canola oil out alltogether, and never missed it with all that lovely olive oil still in there. Also, we thought the olives where bit overpowering, and I will reduce them to 1-11/2 cup next time.
  2. Lazdaz
    As usual when making a salad with a dressing I only add "some" of the dressing and stir, I then add "some" more dressing until I get just the amount I desire. Have never had to much dressing on a salad when made in this manner. This salad gave my hubby a very happy mouth. He did request sliced pepperoni in addition to the salami. I was happy to oblige as it only made the salad better.
  3. Ms B.
    Pasta Salad Con Salami Created by Ms B.
  4. Ms B.
    I adapted this recipe to suit ingredients that I had on hand. I used plain dry rotini pasta, omitted the red pepper, added extra garlic, red onion, grape tomatoes, and broccoli, and subbed pepperoni for the salami. It was a beautiful and flavorful pasta salad. I am sure that everyone will love it. Thanks for posting.
  5. Ms B.
    I adapted this recipe to suit ingredients that I had on hand. I used plain dry rotini pasta, omitted the red pepper, added extra garlic, red onion, grape tomatoes, and broccoli, and subbed pepperoni for the salami. It was a beautiful and flavorful pasta salad. I am sure that everyone will love it. Thanks for posting.
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