Salads & Salad Dressings

Jeffrey Freehof
DILL PASTA SALAD

Boil one pound of the pasta (such as Campanelle) until cooked and then drain and chill it. Toss pasta with a medium dice of a cucumber and two small ripe tomatoes. For the dressing, mix 2/3 cups mayonnaise, 1/3 cup water, salt and pepper to taste, a teaspoon of granulated garlic and one teaspoon of dill weed. Toss this with your pasta, tomatoes and cucumbers. Feel free to add ingredients to your liking, like black olives.
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