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    • #277738

      i am in search of a make your own recipe clones for those betty crocker suddenly salad pastas.

      my husband loves the:

      1. classic
      2. bacon ranch
      3.

      ceasar

      those things get expensive quick. i buy with coupons when i can but wow what a cost. does anyone else think so? or have a few good clone recipe ideas?

      i would love to hear and i would give it a try.

    • #425829

      Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad

      1 cup peas — frozen
      2/3 cup Mayonnaise (Hellmanns or similar)
      1 package ranch dip mix
      1/4 cup shredded carrot
      1/4 cup bacon — cooked crisp & crumbled (or bacon bits)
      1/2 teaspoon onion powder

      Bring water to a boil in a saucepan. Add pasta and carrot shreds, allow them to boil, uncovered, for 10 minutes. Drain into a strainer and rinse under cold water.

      In a medium sized bowl, mix together the peas, the entire packet of ranch dressing mix, bacon bits, onion powder, and mayonnaise. Add pasta and carrots. Stir together until everything is combined.

      Chill and serve.

    • #425832

      boil a cup or two of pasta, any kind you like, and pour italian dressing and a handfull of black olives and cherry tomatoes. you can even make your own dressing with equal amount of oil and vineger, white distilled. for 1 cup i use 1 tablesppon of italian seasoning.

      if you dont want it to seperate you can add a squeeze of mustard and stir well.

    • #428206

      Oh, I’m going to have to try and make my own suddenly salad recipes with my own dehydrated vegetables! Thanks for the idea!

    • #428720

      I have made my own and use the colored Rotini pasta. I also add different veggies to mine. Some I have added, but not all at the same time is; Broccoli, cauliflour, carrots, celery, onion, and/or green onions.

      I have even cubed cheedar cheese and added it. We love this as a side. Or if I add ham or checken (left over, of course) we will eat it as a meal.

    • #430129

      I’m so excited to find this recipe! I just bought one of those boxes yesterday. Not only will I save money making my own, but I will also know exactly what’s it in!

      Thanks so much for sharing!

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