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Waldorf Salad Question
Topic Started: Mar 19 2011, 03:15 PM (559 Views)
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I attended a meeting today. A Waldorf Salad was served which was good. But I think I would have made it differently.

The salad included unpeeled, diced apples, raisins, coconut, and some type of dressing.

I think I will make mine with peeled diced apples, rasins, coconut, walnuts, and ranch dressing!

Please share your recipe. Thank you.
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The peel is left on so the apple does not brown. When I used to make it I made it with walnut pieces instead of coconut and thousand Island Dressing.
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Thank you, Editor, for the information. I will leave the peel on the apples!
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My mother always made a sweet waldorf salad. Apples, celery and nuts with sugar water coating it. Yummm!!!
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Here is some interesting information about Waldor Salad.
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I usually use fat free mayo and put a little Equal into mayo before adding to salad. I too use apples, celery, raisins, coconut, although I don't use as much coconut as I used to. I sprinkle with a little cinnamon sugar.
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