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Whenever I’m throwing a party I always struggle trying to find a simple, inexpensive dish that will feed a large crowd. I love all kinds of tiny appetizers, but I’ve noticed the ingredients can be on the expensive side. And quite often they are also pretty time consuming to put together. Lately I’ve started to turn more towards nice, festive salads and they have proven to be a hit every time. So that’s what I had in mind when I started searching for a new recipe for an upcoming get-together.
This Mexican-style pasta salad is a winner! It won’t brake the bank, and the recipe makes 16 servings (which is plenty, even if your guests are going for seconds – which they will…) This salad would also make a great lunch on its own, when served with some fresh baguette and garlic butter. Bring some Mexican flavors to your next party!
Recipe and image courtesy of Mother Rimmy’s Recipes.
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