Highly recommend - but I would half the recipe if you are not making it for a lot of people. Pip & Ebby - Pip & Ebby - Sister's awesome pasta salad might trade cubed cheese for shredded and fresh tomatoes for sundries
roasted garlic pasta salad - This pasta salad is super easy to throw together and is surprisingly filling! I was also really happy with how creamy and delicious it was, despite the fact that I used part-skim ricotta. It looks and tastes like a really creamy, guilt-inducing pasta salad, when really it’s quite innocent!
Broccoli Crunch Salad -- I have some in my refrigerator right now, the last of it. It's my favorite next to a different slaw that has next to no dressing, has purple cabbage ( green works as well) tomatoes, celery, very fresh smelling.
Our power company sends out a magazine each month with events in our state, and it has a cooking section in it. I have gotten and tried so many fabulous recipes from this magazine, this being one of them.
Pasta Salad with Homemade Italian Dressing | Karla M Curry1 box tri-color rotini (or any pasta you prefer) 1 big bunch of broccoli, cut into small pieces 1/2 container grape tomatoes, halved or quartered 1/2 block montery jack cheese, cubed 1 recipe Homemade Italian Dressing (recipe follows)