Dill Pickle Pasta Salad #lunch #salad

Dill Pickle Pasta Salad #salad #sidedish

I have no words for this dill pickle pasta plate of mixed greens. In the event that you're not a devotee of pickles, at that point you may simply need to turn away. In any case, in the event that 2 cups of slashed pickles + pickle juice is your thing, at that point I realize you will love this pasta plate of mixed greens formula that is stacked with dill pickle enhance.

Rotini Pasta. This is the best pasta for any pasta serving of mixed greens, yet particularly this one on the grounds that the winding bends of the pasta drench up all that pickle goodness. Infant Dill Pickles. The child dills are little so they're a lot simpler to cut for this plate of mixed greens. In addition, I think the child dill pickles are crunchier and taste better. Mayonnaise. If it's not too much trouble please utilize REAL mayonnaise. Not supernatural occurrence whip. Not the light stuff. The genuine stuff since it tastes so much better. I am not an enthusiast of mayonnaise in the first place, yet you need it in pasta servings of mixed greens, and in the event that I will eat it, at that point it should be the genuine stuff.

This plate of mixed greens can be served immediately or refrigerated for 1-2 hours before serving in the event that you lean toward a cool pasta serving of mixed greens. I incline toward it cold so I refrigerate it for a few hours. Similarly as with any pasta serving of mixed greens, the more it sits in the ice chest the dressing will thicken up. Which is the reason I favor this serving of mixed greens simply following two or three hours in the ice chest, that way it is as yet velvety yet in addition cold as well.

Dill Pickle Pasta Salad #lunch #salad #dinner #easy #vegetarian

Dill Pickle Pasta Salad will be an instant favorite! Tender spiral pasta, 2 cups of diced pickles, cheese, and onion covered in a ultra creamy homemade dill dressing with pickle juice.

Ingredients
  • 1 box (16 oz) rotini pasta
  • 1/3 cup dill pickle juice (from the pickle jar)
  • 2 cups chopped baby dill pickles
  • 1 block (8 oz) Colby Jack cheese, cubed small
  • 1 small white onion, finely chopped
Creamy Dill Dressing
  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1/3 cup dill pickle juice (from the pickle jar)
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill (or 1 tablespoon dried dill)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper

Instructions
  1. Cook pasta according to package directions. Don't forget to add some salt to the boiling water before adding the pasta. I add about 1 teaspoon, give or take.
  2. Drain pasta and rinse with cold water. Add 1/3 cup of the pickle juice to the drained and rinsed pasta and let it sit while you prepare the rest.(Move the pasta from the colander into a mixing bowl and then add the pickle juice)
  3. Chop the dill pickles, and cheese into small cubes/pieces. Finely chop the white onion.
  4. Drain the pasta again that was sitting in the pickle juice. Add it to a large bowl along with the chopped pickles, cheese, and white onion.
  5. In small bowl, combine all the dressing ingredients and pour over the pasta salad. Stir everything together to combine well. Salad can be eaten right away but I prefer it cold, and if you do too, then cover it and refrigerate it for 1-2 hours.
  6. I would recommend not making this too far ahead of time. For best results serve this salad within a few hours of making it. Either right away or after the refrigeration time. Leftovers do keep well in the fridge (are still delicious) but the dressing thickens up and it's not as "creamy" as when you first make it).

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