Wagon Wheel Vegetable Salad

"Got this from a magazine quite some time ago,from the makers of Catelli Pasta."
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Ready In:
2hrs 15mins




  • Cook wagon wheels according to pkg.
  • directions, adding broccoli during the last four minutes;drain,rinse in cold water to cool;drain well.
  • In large bowl combine wagon wheel-broccoli mixture with celery, green onions, cucumber and parsley.
  • In separate bowl combine mayonnaise, sour cream, garlic, mustard, paprika& salt;mix well.
  • Pour over pasta mixture;toss to coat.
  • Cover and chill 2 hours or overnight.
  • Just before serving add tomatoes and toss gently.

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  1. Tara1183
    I thought this was really good, the broccoli and tomatoes are a nice addition and a nice change form your every day mac salad, I normally use cucumbers in mine. I dont know where the other posters lack of flavour came from. I did add pepper because I love it but the paprkia was a spicy paprkia so maybe that is why. I also used dijon mustard.
  2. Ms B.
    After letting it chill for 2 hours, I tasted this salad and didn't think that the dressing seemed to have a lot of flavor. I added additional onion and garlic, fresh ground black pepper, some diced green pepper and a bit of vinegar. It was better, but still not great. Even after the additions and chilling overnight, I still didn't really care for the salad. I don't know what was missing, but it needed something more.


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