How To Turn Your Boring Pasta Salad Into A Perpetual Party Pleaser
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Pasta salad. The bowl of glorious ingredients that graces every summer picnic table from here to the southern hemisphere. We all make it and we all love it. However, I found that making the same pasta salad over and over again using the same monotonous ingredients can get a tad, dare I say, “boring.”
So, on my wild goose chase for the perfect pasta salad, I came across this recipe for BLT ranch pasta salad. Now, I don’t know about you, but I love me some BLT sandwiches, and I also love ranch dressing. So, as you can probably imagine, this pasta salad recipe was a major hit with me. I anticipate that it’ll be a major hit with you as well.
Recipe courtesy of Pumpkin ‘n Spice.
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Quick Tip: Use your favorite dry Ranch dressing mixes such as Hidden Valley Ranch or Kraft. I sometimes mix up my own using herbs and my blender.