Potluck Antipasto Pasta Salad
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
I will definitely make this again. Made pretty much as directed except used shredded Monterey jack because that's what I had, and apparently I forgot to order the pepperoni but I had a 7 oz package of the hard salami so that totaled the amount of the two meats combined. I also used bottled Italian dressing instead of making the dressing in the recipe. It was completely amazing! The only change I will make in the future is using regular provolone instead of the sharp. My son, who is helping me cut everything up smelled it when I open the package and was overwhelmed. He just couldn't eat the food after that smell.
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Delicious mix of flavors. As other reviewers posted, bottled Italian dressing works great in a pinch. Please people. If the recipe isn’t for you, don’t insult other people’s intelligence by stating the recipe is low carb. We get it. Just move on to another selection. How arrogant.
This salad is delicious. We don't like chickpeas, so I used cannelli beans.
This is probably my favorite Taste of Home recipe! This salad has great flavor and loaded with veggies. I didn't have chickpeas so I skipped those but everything else went together great! I could eat this every day!
Loved this salad! It's fairly easy to make and very tasty.
My husband and grown children are pasta lovers along with me. So a few days ago I was stumped at planning a light dinner before we went to a Christmas play @ my school. So I just Googled what I had in my fridge and this great recipe was one of a few that was listed in the results. I had most of the ingredients in my fridge and I had the pasta in the cabinet, the only thing missing was the chickpeas and the g beans. I just used what I had and because I was in a hurry I used the Italian Dressing instead of making the vinaigrette and of course a bit of salt and pepper and just a pinch of sugar and a shake of red pepper flakes. Needless to say it was a hit with everyone and I had picked up some freshly made french bread and it actually bumped it up to a good meal. I have several holiday parties that are potlucks and I plan to make this for each one .
This salad is wonderful! I made it for our granddaughter's baptism celebration and everyone loved it! (We especially liked the variety of ingredients!) I made a few changes to the dressing which included substituting my homemade pesto for the basil, adding 1 tsp. dried oregano, 1 Tbl. sugar and a little more salt...YUM! I can't wait to make it again!
The prep for this was daunting and I found it bland. I will try it again and experiment with adding additional seasoning.
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