Channukah candle salad
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Channukah candle salad
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:47:03 AM. Recipe ID 7606. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Channukah candle salad
 Categories: Jewish, Salads
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
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      2    Bananas
      4    Slices canned pineapple
      4    Orange gumdrops
      4    Strips green pepper
           Lettuce
           Mayonnaise

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      2    Red apples

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           Asparagus tips
           Lettuce
           Carrots
           Water cress
           Olives
           Radishes
           Parsley
           French dressing
 
  Cut bananas in half and remove tips.  Stand upright in pineapple
  centers. Top with gumdrop to represent flame. Pour a little mayo.
  from tip of each candle to represent melted wax. Arrange strip of
  pepper for handle, making a loop fastened into pineapple at base of
  candle.
  
  VARIATION:  Cut red apples in 2 without paring and remove cores. Set
  a half banana into center to represent candle, top with gumdrop and
  pour mayonnaise down side of candle.
  
  VARIATION #2:  Use canned asparagus tips for candles. Arrange flat on
  a flattened lettuce leaf or finely shredded lettuce. Make tips of
  carrot to represent flame, garnish with water cress, olives,
  radishes, and parsley. Serve with French dressing.  Serve
  individually or arrange on a long platter.
 




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Recipe ID 7606 (Apr 03, 2005)

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