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Make a Tasty Side For Any Gathering Without Straining Yourself Too Much Doing It
Give that favorite mac salad recipe of yours a new rival with this Hawaiian Macaroni Salad recipe! It’s incredibly simple to put together and makes for a great side for most any large gathering. To be honest with you, sometimes I have this for lunch on its own, instead of serving it as a side dish! Though perhaps not QUITE as ubiquitous as cole slaw or potato salad, you will see macaroni salad, or “mac salad” as it is often called, at many a tailgate, barbecue, potluck, and picnic across America, particularly in the South.
This Hawaiian mac salad, though very similar to the Southern version of which I am the most familiar, does something a little different with the dressing and makes use of a somewhat different vegetable mixture, so I thought I would give this variation a try.
My husband really enjoyed this version of mac salad and I was super surprised. You see, my hubby is quite particular about his mac salad and he doesn’t like the recipe to be changed up in the least. Welp, he enjoyed this version. Winning!
Recipe and photo courtesy of I Believe I Can Fry
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Quick Tip: For a heartier salad, add in a few peeled and sliced hard-boiled eggs.