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!