Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
My husband loved this - yum! I ommited the cucumbers, and used a spicy, seedy mustard and it was excellent.
Excellent recipe! Salad was refreshing. I especially liked the range of textures. Will definitely add to my permanent recipe box.
Delicous! Made this with Jasmine rice. Used 1 Tbsp Dijon and 2 Tsbp sugar. Also added diced tomatoes and corn for more veggies. Served with baked Tilapia. Great side dish for a BBQ and Summ...
Nice change for a salad and a different idea for using asparagus. I served it on each dinner plate on a couple Bibb lettuce leaves rather than lining the serving bowl with lettuce. The dressin...
Fairly good but quite mustardy. I would reduce the mustard next time I made the recipe.
This was a great recipe...I was originally just looking to make the typical "cucumbers and onion in sugar, vinegar dressing", but when I saw this, knew it would be great over a bed of baby green...
this was a great addition to Easter dinner. easy , tasty and well received. I did add more oil and vinegar to cut the mustard a little. (my family is into lite flavor)
whew! This salad has a lot of very snappy flavors to it- too much for me, and I like very flavorful foods. Next time I make it I will leave out the green onions, and I think it will be delicious.