Just so everybody’s clear, we are not making deviled eggs and then turning them into a noodle salad. We are actually making a salad with the same flavors, using egg noodles. Because we use so many ingredients that typically are used for deviled eggs, this salad really did have a similar flavor profile, and tastes amazing. Garnish the salad with freshly chopped chives and green onions.
An antipasto is a cold platter of meat, cheese, and vegetables which is served at the start of a meal before the pasta and other courses, but to save some time, I thought we’d add the pasta right into the antipasto to turn into a complete meal all by itself. You could serve this as a side dish, but with a hunk of crusty bread and a glass of wine, I’m not sure what else you’d need. Top with more parsley before serving.
A sweet macaroni salad just like Grandma used to make. The dressing is a good basic macaroni salad dressing that you can use with your own macaroni salad recipe. You must refrigerate for at least 4 hours for all of the flavors to blend together.
I bring this macaroni salad to BBQs and potlucks and everyone loves it–people never even realize it’s vegan!
This pasta salad hits the spot and is a quick and easy addition to any meal!
Full of fresh and bold Vietnamese flavors.
This is a tangy pasta salad that is quick to make and tasty to eat. It’s great as a side dish or a light meal. I first made this for my husband and myself because it was too hot in our apartment to cook for any length of time and too hot to want a hot meal!
This Chinese-inspired spaghetti salad is my go-to recipe for any party or potluck. It can easily be doubled or tripled to accommodate a crowd. In my humble opinion, this is the perfect pasta salad.
Just made it up 5 minutes ago and it’s really good. It can be served warm or cold; toss again right before serving. Do not overcook the noodles.
A very fresh take on pasta salad. Tweak to your liking with different veggies.