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    Default Brocoli Salad

    Brocoli Salad


    Recipe Description
    Delicious and healthy salad
    Preparation Steps:
    Cut veggies and prepare dressing according to pkg.
    Level of Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Needed:
    5 minutes
    Ingredients:
    brocoli florets
    about 1/4 cup onion
    yellow grape tomatoes
    1 pkg. dry italian searoning
    olive oil
    rice or white vinegar
    Serves:Directions:
    1. Cut onion into rings or dice
    2. Combine veggies.
    3. Mix dressing according to pkg. directions, and pour over salad.
    4. Mix, chill for 1 hour.

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    Such pretty colors in that salad.

    When you say "1 pkg of dry italian seasoning", do you mean dry dressing mix like Good Seasons? I'm 99.9% positive thats what you mean but wanted to clarify.
    Thanks!

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    Is there a substitute for 'dry Italian seasoning mix'? Can I use reg Italian salad dressing instead?

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    Dry Italian seasoning is just plain Italian seasoning. You can find it in the spice aisle.

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    I'm confused b/c the recipe lists it as '1 pkt' so I'm thinking of a Club House powdered dip/dressing flavouring where you add sour cream or oil/water etc depending on which one you buy.

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    I imagine that you can find a measurement conversion somewheres online. It's like the recipes that break down the packet into ingredient sizes (like I can either get the Sloppy Joes packet or measure out the onion flakes, paprika, celery seed, etc.).

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    Sorry about the confusion. I used 1 Pkg. Good Seasons Italian Dressing. I like the taste better than the bottled because I can choose my own type of oil and I like rice vinegar better than white vinegar, but bottled would be ok too.

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    another great recipe - mahalo - sounds wonderful - and it's healthy too!!
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