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Spaghetti Salad

Spaghetti Salad

Here's a recipe you can use with all that free pasta you just bought.  It was fast and REALLY good!

I used Ken's Balsamic Vinaigrette and it turned out great!!  I wouldn't put too much red onion in it though...unless you love it.  I only did 3 slices and I thought it was too much.  Also it has a kick to it so omit the cayenne if you don't want your lips to tingle.  My 2 year old LOVED it!  I also left out the poppy and sesame seeds because I didn't have any.  It's one of those recipes you can just throw anything into...well not anything :)

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Dan and Nicole said…
Looks so yummy!!! I also had to stop by and tell you that today I FINALLY won on the March to Savings thing- I won cheese!! I'm pretty excited that I won something.
Audrey said…
Yeah!!! That's a good one to win too!
Valerie said…
That salad looks fresh and tasty!
Stockpiling Mom said…
That looks great! Thanks for linking up to our new Thursday Recipe Spree!

Stockpiling Moms

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