Every Christmas eve, my grandma would serve this jello salad at her meatless dinner. When she passed, I inherited many of her handwritten recipes; this was not among them. I have been searching for this recipe and had been making versions of this salad for several years now trying to get it right. I knew the minute I made this recipe that it was 'the one'. The only difference is grandma used walnuts instead of pecans. This past Christmas, I set up this jello salad in a traditional bundt pan (just like grandma used to). Once set, I placed the bundt in the sink surrounded by warm water for 5 minutes, then flipped it onto a dish. Then guests used a pie slicer to cut themselves a wedge of jello. Perfect!
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Every Christmas eve, my grandma would serve this jello salad at her meatless dinner. When she...