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This was simply fantastic. Followed the recipe ingredients and preparation exactly- just changed to all green peppers- and used whole baby carrots. One tip that really helped with the presentation: Marinate in the delicious sauce for 24 hrs- then drain them before serving. They will retain the yummy flavoring but won't be swimming in the sauce. Looks more like a carrot salad. Ideal for a picnic or buffet table. Even my picky kids loved this!! I have added this to my favorites!! Thanks for the recipe!
This also is a family favorite of mine. This is the dish I bring every Christmas for family gatherings.The only thing I do different is put the soup 1/2c oil 1/4c vin.3/4c.sugar no cayenne (1 tsp. worcestershire) into a pot on stove and heat on med.until well blended and sugar melts.I also prefer my veggies just lightly sauted and I also add mushrooms.
I love this dish!! Rich robust flavor and the longer it lasts the better it tastes! I prefer not to blend the dressing though but to just whisk the ingredients. When blended the dressing is a pale orange like bottled french dressing. I prefer to have the deeper red hue to my dressing. No difference in taste just appearance. Love this recipe!
This was very good. I followed the recipe exactly - EXCEPT - I forgot to pre-cook the carrots and didn't remember until it was all assembled except for the peppers. So I put it in a covered pot brought it to the boil turned off the stove and let it cool then I added the peppers and onions and refrigerated it all. For serving I drained the excess liquid off the salad. Everyone enjoyed it although they were certainly surprised at the flavor. Could easily serve at least 12 people.
This was not a big hit in our home. I tried it because I had a two pound bag of Carrots and the Tomato Soup on hand. The five star rating and many excellent reviews prompted me to give it a whirl. It may be better in the summer along with a picnic or cookout but it didn't entice us in the middle of the Winter. I did use whole baby carrots which I do agree make a better presentation. I marinated it overnight and it did blend all the flavors but had a bit too much vinegar for my taste. I like the idea of a Tomato flavor on the Carrots but I just do not like using canned soup in almost any recipe.
This is a great colorful salad for potlucks and it's nice because it can be made ahead of time and stays nice and crispy. I made one change due to personal taste and I just wanted to see how it would be. I omitted the onion and added chopped fennel bulb. It was very good.
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