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This is a really good recipe. The longer the dressing sits the better it gets. I also replaced the sugar with splenda to reduce the calories. I also didn't have cucumbers but I did have a green bell pepper so I used that and sliced it nice and thin. For a bit more crunch I added chopped walnuts and halved grapes. They worked very well with the dressing and the vegetables. Overall this was a really nice simple salad that would work in almost any meal.
I really liked this salad. It was a bit sweet which surprised me--I guess I forgot about the amount of sugar and was thinking of the vinegar! I'd cut some of the sugar next time. We don't eat raw onions so I left them out although I did add some dried minced onion to the dressing for the onion flavor. I also didn't have carrots but I'll try it with carrots next time. It isn't to vinegar-y (at least I don't think so!). I did halve the salad just so we could try it. We had a tiny bit leftover but it was almost the perfect amount for the two of us. Thanks for the recipe!
A delcicious and easy to make salad! I used a bit less sugar than the recipe called for and it was perfect. I've actually been having cravings for it! I now have the perfect dish for upcoming summer BBQ's!
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