Picnic Zucchini Bean Salad

"This is one of my newest recipes (I trade salad recipes with my husband's aunt in Nebraska). I've found that it's a pretty salad and easy to pack up for picnics in hot weather."
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10 m servings
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Original recipe yields 7 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine all ingredients. Cover and refrigerate at least 4 hours, stirring occasionally.

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Just made this for a party and it was a huge hit! It looked a little bleak with just the zucchini, so I added a can of white beans and a handful of grape tomatoes to give it some variety and co...

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Good, but really heavy on powdered garlic. Why not use finely minced garlic instead, and mix it with wet ingredients first? Not my family's favorite as written.

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Just made this for a party and it was a huge hit! It looked a little bleak with just the zucchini, so I added a can of white beans and a handful of grape tomatoes to give it some variety and co...

Great picnic/bbq salad. I did add 1/4tsp more garlic powder & 1/4tsp cumin. Will use this recipe again & again. Thanks

This recipe was OK. I was hoping it would be great, but I wasn't wowed. I did add some fresh basil and parsley from my garden which added to the complexity of the flavor quite nicely.

This is a great starter. I added corn, carrots, tomatoes, parsley and paprika. I used cider vinegar and added a little Splenda. It is superb!

Refreshing! I didn't change anything and thought it was great!

AWESOME!!!

Good, but really heavy on powdered garlic. Why not use finely minced garlic instead, and mix it with wet ingredients first? Not my family's favorite as written.

I added a small Anaheim pepper for some kick and used red onion for color and found it pretty darn satisfying — and a good way to go through zucchini without turning them into bread (unnecessary...

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