Original recipe yields 7 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
textures and flavors did not combine well
hmmmm . . . tomatoes and mustard . . . 2 of my least favorite things, yet 2 of my husband's faves. But they say a way to a man's heart is through his stomach and I am jonesing for a new digital...
This was a wonderful addition to my Easter meal. The trio of mustards complemented the ham beautifully. Much to my husband's dismay, there were no leftovers, so I'll have to make this dish again...
LOVED this! The dressing was tangy but not puckeringly so, and it went perfectly with the crunchy, juicy veggies. I omitted the onion because I don't like it, subbed olive oil for veg, and toast...
I was surprised that this had such a kick and I omitted the hot pepper sauce all together. This was a good way to use up fresh everything from my garden.
I was really dissappointed in this salad. It wasn't bad but I didn't find it very flavorful and I'm not sure why. Especially the second day. Probably won't make again.
Easy to prepare and great for summer veggies. I went light on the hot sauce. I want to try it tossed with boiled potatoes, chopped veggies, and capers, then chilled.