|Hospitality Marketing Management|
|by David C. Bojanic|
The ticket to successful marketing campaigns for the hospitality trade While the essentials of marketing are applicable everywhere, marketing for ...
41 - 50 of 102 for good seasons pasta salad
Cook pasta, drain. Rinse. Pour 1 package Good Seasons dressing over pasta. ... prepared dressing. Best if done the day before and refrigerated overnight.
Cook pasta per directions. Drain. ... 1/2 to 2/3 Good Seasons salad dressing mixture. Sprinkle ... blend cheese. Serve with fresh loaf of bread or crackers.
Optional for garnish. Combine all ingredients in salad bowl. Chill overnight ... and tomato if desired. Cut up dry Italian salami is also a great addition.
Sprinkle Good Seasons mix into the ... shake well. Cook pasta until "al dente". ... tomatoes and olives; mix. Keep chilled. Add optional items if desired.
Toss macaroni and ... with 1 packet Good Seasons Italian dressing mix ... dressing (Italian, Ranch, mayonnaise or whatever) if the salad needs more moisture.
Cook tortellini. While cooking, in large bowl prepare 1 package of dressing as directed. Then cut up pepper, onion and carrot and add to bowl (let ...
Cut up small: Cook spaghetti, drain and rinse with cold water. Place in dish and cover with bottle of dressing. Keep overnight in refrigerator. Next ...
Combine all ingredients but shrimp and almonds. Chill overnight. Add shrimp and almonds just before serving. Note: Mixture will appear soupy when ...
Cook pasta. Drain marinade ... artichoke marinade and Good Seasons dressing over pasta. ... taste. Chill but let come to room temperature before serving.
Cook pasta as directed on ... completely; drain. Prepare salad dressing mix as ... chill 2 hours. Store any leftover salad in refrigerator. Makes 8 servings.
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