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Very tasty. The salad complemented the mexican meal I made very well. I just wish it had held up a little longer once the chips and dressing were added. If Captain Crunch can stay crunchy even after adding milk it is too bad that someone can't design a chip that can stay crunchy after adding dressing!
I didn't think this recipe was bad just not great. I wouldn't make this again only because the flavor combination was strange to me and didn't pair particularly well with the tacos I served it with. I would suggest using a little less salad dressing as I found the mix to be soggy.
I only had iceberg lettuce and 1 can of ranch-style beans and I used the suggestions of other reviewers & threw in a small can of drained corn and some diced green onions. My family is not brave enough to let me use catalina dressing (although I love this salad with that dressing) so I used 3-cheese lite ranch instead; also used fritos. Delicious! Served with burgers but would've made a great main dish salad.
My kids cheer when I say I am making this salad. None of us like tomatoes so we skipped them. Instead of using a whole bottle of dressing ( I use the Light Catalina) I coat each serving with the dressing and top with bean mixture. I then garnish with the fancy thinly sliced multi-colored chips. Each to serve as leftovers without getting soggy.