Spaghetti Salad

A slight change to the average pasta salad makes a huge difference.

A key ingredient amongst all the other good stuff is Salad Supreme Seasoning

Let me introduce you to Spaghetti Salad…

  • Spaghetti Salad
    • 1 pkg. spaghettini
    • 16 oz. bottle Italian Dressing
    • 1/8 bottle Salad Supreme Seasoning*
    • any or all of the following:
    • 1 red onion, chopped
    • 1 cucumber, cut into pieces
    • 1 can mushrooms
    • celery
    • olives
    • green pepper
    • Cook spaghettini.
    • Drain and rinse with cold water.
    • Add all other ingredients.
    • Chill.

Very simple assembly. With a satisfying result.

Put all vegetables in a large bowl.

Pour some dressing over them.

Top with noodles, Salad Supreme Seasoning and the rest of the dressing. Mix it all together.

Shake a little Salad Supreme Seasoning on the top and chill.

Yum…Spaghetti Salad…

I tend to favor a cucumber, celery, mushroom and red onion combination. The red onion is almost a must for adding beautiful color to the salad. And the mushroom, mmm…self explanatory. Don’t get me started. All the other ingredients add a fresh, crisp crunch that no pasta salad should be without.

Tonight though, I absentmindedly forgot the celery. I think because I was on a Spaghetti Salad making marathon of some sort today, making it for my Grandpa’s 89th birthday party in the morning then running out of time, I set aside some of the cut-up vegetables to prepare another batch later for my own crew at home. Some. Poor neglected celery. Apparently I couldn’t be bothered to cut up a couple extra stalks this morning, nor could I be bothered with it tonight. D’oh. The Spaghetti Salad still tasted great, but it was lacking it’s crunch capacity.

* I’ve found that a good way to measure 1/8 of a bottle of McCormick Salad Supreme Seasoning is to mark the side of the bottle with a Sharpie in 8 as equal as you can portions. This especially comes in handy if you’re an avid Spaghetti Salad maker.

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16 Responses to “Spaghetti Salad”

  1. I love this salad with grilled steaks–no matter what fresh vegetables included, it’s a good one. Left overs on the next day is even better!

  2. marilynnscrafts – Yeah, I think it’s better the next day too. As long as you mix up the veggies that have sunk to the bottom, you can’t go wrong with spaghetti salad. Top with some parmesan cheese and yum!

  3., how do you do it?

  4. My favorite kind of Salad is none other Potato Salad. it really taste yummy..*:

  5. My favorite kind of Salad is none other Potato Salad. it really taste yummy.;.;

  6. I have been searching for a recipe similar to this on.. Closes on i have found!! Thanks load for posting your yummy meals!! When i was a child this was called linguine salad. noodles, salad supreme , Italian dressing!! Yum, i’am having over 60 people this year hope this is a hit. Think ill kick it up with some veggies.

  7. whenever my sister makes potato salad, i always eat them in less than a minute or so he he. i just love all sorts of salad. ;*.

  8. i like potato salad and also mixed fruit salads. they are tasty and so yummy`:`

  9. i like potato salad and also mixed fruit salads. they are tasty and so yummy;*`

  10. russian salads are kind of addictive, my mom always make those russian salad at home’`’

  11. potato salad and fruit salad are two of my favorite salads. i also like the tangy taste of chicken salad:;`

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