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Suddenly Tasty Salad

My kids have always liked the Suddenly Salad from the box and we would stock up every time I go to the grocery store. But for some weird reason this item keeps going up in price and I get frustrated every time I see the price increase.
So I decided to not support the price increase and make my own Suddenly Tasty Salad. I made the dressing from scratch, and added salami for fuller body. It's quick and delicious for lunch and not too messy. The kids love it and as long as the plate is empty, I am happy.

Ingredients: 1 carrot, 1/4 lbs of salami, sweet basil, green onion, olive oil, and pasta.
*Chop the carrot in half moon shape, slice the salami, cut the green onion, and mince the basil leaves and set them all aside.
*Boil the pasta and rinse with cold water, and set aside.
Dressing: 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil, 1 pinch of salt, and three sprinkles of pepper. Stir until the ingredients are all dissolved. Add pasta, carrot, and salami and mix well with wooden spatula. Garnish with green onion and sweet basil. Simple and tasty for your very picky eaters.

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20 comments :

  1. That sounds delicious and is like an Italian pasta salad that my relatives would make. I love the idea of salami in a salad.

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  2. Suddenly Tasty Salad looks like a winning recipe to me. The pictures are making me hungry. :D

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  3. You have created a winner with this salad! It's fresh and inventive. Love the addition of salami!
    XX00

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  4. This one will be great for lunch, very light and you are sure can eat plenty for dinner...lol.

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  5. looks good, I can try, wish I can just turn this picture into food I can grab right away though :)

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  6. looks yummy and healthy...great for light lunch or dinner :-)

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  7. I have walnuts, baby spinach, and a raspberry walnut vinaigrette dressing. What kind of fruit (or other ingredient) would be good to add to make a simple yet tasteful salad?

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  8. oh thank you for sharing! i am soo making this soon =)

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  9. Mmmmm, that looks yummy! I'm not a cook by any stretch of the imagination, and I appreciate the simplicity of this dish, and the reminder to make it! I'm always wondering what to serve for supper! Thanks, karen

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  10. Great recipe and pictures!!
    Thank you!

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  11. mmm looks so yummy! Great tutorial! Love your beautiful photos
    *hugs*deb

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  12. Yummy! I happen to have some salami that we have grown a little tired of using for sandwiches. I would ever have thought to make a pasta salad with it. I love this idea!!

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  13. Oh my!!Soo heavenly in a bowl full of salad pasta!!

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  14. The salad looks yummy, I like the idea of adding the salami.

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  15. This looks like it can be ready almost as suddenly as the original--and it's probably healthier, too.

    Makes me hungry for spring again. That's exactly the kind of thing I want to eat when the weather gets warm.

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  16. This is a great Salad that we would really enjoy. Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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