The Pasta Salad Your Neighbor Is Trying To Keep A Secret
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I Could Eat This for Every Meal, Every Day, Until it’s Gone!
Summer barbecues are all about the pasta salads, and oh how many different varieties there are to make. This Hawaiian pasta salad is one that you NEED to try, and once you do, you’ll never make it any other way! The pasta, ham, and pineapple combination is so perfect with the sweet and savory pairing. Not to mention the homemade dressing that is so good you’ll find yourself putting it on your spinach salad too! Bring this to your next pot luck and everyone will be asking who made it and for the recipe – better keep it on hand!
Here’s what readers over at Spend With Pennies had to say about this recipe:
I’m expecting my children, grands for Easter Break. I live in the Deep South so it’s almost like summer here. This was shared by a friend on FB. I just made it and it’s chilling in the refrigerator. It is unique, delicious, colorful and refreshing and would be a great accompaniment for many dishes or on its own for lunch.
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Quick tip: Use any pasta noodles for this lovely salad!
Sounds interesting, but I don’t think I could ever trust anyone who thinks that summer barbecues are all about the pasta salads.
Love your recipes!!
Im interested in the one on the front.Not the one above.
wish your recipes were print friendly, you have so many GOOD ones.
Joyce, just click on the red printed “Next Page” then scroll down until you see in red “Go Here for Recipe Directions”, then scroll down and you will see the entire recipe and off to the right you will see where you can click to print. Hope this helps!
Joyce, I don’t see anything like Missy described. What I do for a print is ctrl/p will bring me to a print page that I can choose out of 5 pages to print, in the case of this recipe I would choose page 2 & 3 for a print of just the recipe.
I do it like that too Boss Monkey! You can also copy & paste, go to word and paste it on there then print it.
Using Safari – Go to File, then Print, … hope this helps
Joyce if you follow the links you will get to a page that will allow you to print her recipes.
I made this today for I love pasta salads I was disappointed in this one it is missing something for one thing it needs crushed pineapple a small can I added some sugar not too much used 3 different colors of peppers to make it pretty added more onions and put some salt in it too and I ate it I sprinkled some shredded cheese on the top of mine my husband will be home soon from work he is not a fan of pasta
Without seeing this recipe highlighted on Facebook, I improvised a pasta salad yesterday that turned out quite nice and was similar to this. I didn’t have the sour cream, ham and pineapple in it, but used the pasta, mayo, dijon mustard, diced pepper, garlic powder and pepper. I added boiled eggs for protein and a little sweet relish for the sweet kick, and substituted onion powder for onions. Also had some broccoli florets and diced tomatoes in there. Tasty! Next time, I’ll try adding the sour cream, ham and pineapple to see how it works out.
I think that we have our own version. I am not “disappointed” in what this individual chose to use .
On 2 nd page. Scroll down. I red says Thanks to spend with Pennies click on this then printer friendly recipe will com eup
This is the best pasta salad I have ever eaten, it was a big hit at our Ladies Meeting, everyone was wanting the recipe. I can eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, love it
I think I’d rather add fresh or frozen peas than green onions. I, personally, hate the taste of raw onions in virtually anything, but ham and peas PLUS pineapple? That works for me. Maybe even some sunflower seeds.
I used a package of Pictsweet Brand of frozen ‘SEASONING BLEND’. It has finely chopped onions – celery – Green & Red Pepper – & – Parsley Flakes. Bag contains 12 oz. Eliminates extra work of chopping up onion/peppers, etc.
I also used Crushed Pineapple in HEAVY syrup – not tidbits in it’w own juice.
I also swapped MIRACLE WHIP – in place of Mayonnaise.
I also swapped WHITE PEPPER – in place of Black Pepper.
Believe it or not – everything turned out better than I expected.