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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Broccoli Salad

Broccoli Salad
  
     *Couple heads of broccoli
     *1 cup mayo
     *1 tablespoon vinegar
     *1 tablespoon mustard
     *2 tablespoons sugar
     *Couple dashes seasoning salt
     *1/2 teaspoon onion powder
     * Generous helping of bacon bits 
     * Generous helping of raisins

    1. Bring water to rolling boil in large pot then turn the stove off.
    2. Drop broccoli in water for 1-2 minutes to blanch.
    3. Strain broccoli and rinse. Place in fridge. 
    4. Mix ingredients together, adding broccoli at very end.

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With love, 
Mama Hauck

12 comments:

  1. As a broccoli fan I gotta say, this looks really good! You. Must. Mail. Me. Some. Please?

    I'll pay postage.

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  2. God, you'd think Sandy never fed me. lol

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  3. That's a big negative! It would be sour by the time it got to you. :(

    LOL, you poor starving man.

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  4. I'd love it!!! I've seen it with shredded carrots in it also :)

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  5. Oh, that's a great idea! Maybe I'll have to try adding that next time!

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  6. This looks so yummy. I love the raisin! I have a recipe I'll send you for my mom's salad, it's simular to this one but it doesn't have the raisins and it does have cheese it it too.
    I guess you could really mix up the recipe and the carrots sound good too!

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  7. Glad you had a nice lunch/playdate! They are always fun.

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  8. Ok, that sounds great! Thanks! Yeah, seems like this is a perfect one for mixing things up! I was even thinking for those people who like nuts to put in your favorite kind or sunflower seeds my mama said too.

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  9. Here's my moms and funny thing is it DOES have sunflower seeds!!

    Broccoli Salad
    2 bunches broccoli
    1 small head cauliflower
    1 small white onion (diced tiny)
    Sunflower seeds - to your taste I do a lot
    1 16 oz bag fine shredded cheddar cheese
    1 lb bacon, cooked and crumbled

    Dressing
    2 cups mayo
    1/2 cup sugar
    2 TBL white vinegar

    I mix the dressing first, then add everything else to the bowl and give it a good stir. Just make sure to cut up broccoli and cauliflower really small. Enjoy!

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  10. THANKS!!!! I love cauliflower too so this will be delicious for sure!!

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  11. I can't have dairy as you know, and make this one a lot for potlucks. It's a favorite! But... I made your salad last night for the guys and they LOVED it!! Non left. Jason is a HUGE raisin fan so he judy loved it. Joshua who hates mayo even liked it! I made it with these potato puff things I make. I do potatos with seasoning for me, and potatos with chicken for the guys. I cook everything first and then fill puff pastys and bake them. They are so versital and super yummy, easy, and CHEAP!! It's like a mini homemade potpie!

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  12. YAY! Glad to hear the boys liked it! :) I'm going to finish up whats left of mine and then make yours! Those potato puff things sound good too!

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