Grandmother’s Orange Salad
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling
I made this recipe to go with our Easter dinner. It added a light touch to an otherwise heavy meal. Very tasty and pretty salad. I left out the bananas and no one seemed to miss them. I also made it in an 8x11 pan to avoid difficulty removing it from a mold.
I have made a version of this recipe several times and it’s a keeper. My parents generation lived thru the Depression and ate lots of jello or gelatin. It brightens up the table as well. To Marie003, I am reading the recipe from my IPhone and the recipe clearly states “2 bananas.” Perhaps a staff member from TOH corrected recipe before I read the recipe.
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I never get it right when I add fruits to partially set jello...either do it to soon or too late. About how long should this dish partially set in the fridge before I add the fruits?
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I confess that I have not made this recipe although I would like to. I encountered a problem reconciling the ingredients with the directions. I don't understand how anyone who reviewed it actually made it by the posted recipe. There are no bananas listed in the ingredients but the directions at step 2 instruct us to fold them in. I gave 1 star only because the recipe is not complete so it is not accurate. Can you correct that please?
This is a long-time favorite Easter recipe at our house. We sometimes add some grated carrot and/or coconut and/or chopped walnuts. Easy and yummy.
I grew up surrounded by the old timers in my family who survived the depression era. They were fond of jello. The fondness continues on!
It was so easy (and quick) to make! It was wonderful. You do have to watch it carefully when it is chilling though, as it chills quite a bit faster than your typical jello salad. It is a great and colorful addition to a summer meal!