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Dill Pickle Macaroni Salad

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Serves a lot | Prep Time 30 | Cook Time 20

Why I Love This Recipe

I was asked to make a macaroni salad and I never had before so I winged it and it turned out great. This is for dill pickle lovers, I hate sweet pickles and would never use them in anything so I'm sure if you love sweet pickles you can substitute the dill for sweet! Also, I'm not exact on measurements I just go by consistency and taste.

(I'm making it this weekend and I'll take measurements)

Ingredients You'll Need

Box or bag of elbow noodles or shells
2 to 3 dill pickles (I use Farman's Dill Pickles)
4 eggs
1 green, red, and yellow bell pepper
(Broccoli if you like)
1 small onion
2 to 2 1/2 inch cut off block of cheddar cheese
mayo (Not Miracle Whip)
Salt and Pepper


Cook Noodles

Boil eggs

chop onion

chop bell peppers

chop dill pickles

Slice up cheese into small cubes

In separate bowl mix 3/4 cup mayo with 2 tblspoons of Mustard should turn into a light yellow color. Mix in 2 teaspoons of salt and pepper. (Taste.. and add more of mayo, mustard, salt, and pepper as needed)

Drain noodles place in bowl with mayo and mustard mix and mix till all noodles are covered.

Add pickles, peppers, onion, and cheese, and mix.

Chop up eggs add to salad and mix.

Chill for at least an hour before serving!

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