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Grape, Pecan and Mayo Farfalle Salad with Bacon

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Ingredients

For cooking the pasta:
6 ounces of farfalle
salt
For the onion mixture:
1 red onion , chopped
2 teaspoons of sugar
2 teaspoons of red wine vinegar
For the Farfalle salad:
5 ounces of salad mix
3 ounces of red grapes
2 ounces of pecan nut
¼ cup mayonnaise
1 ounce fried bacon

Nutritional Information

492 kcal
Calories
15 g
Protein
42 g
Fat
44 g
Carbohydrates

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How do you feel about having a yummy pasta salad? Try it with al dente cooked farfalle pasta, which goes equally well with cold and warm dishes. Bring together salad and grape freshness and crunchy pecans. Add a sweet and sour onion dressing mix with an extra-creaminess factor from the mayo.

Features:

Ingredients

  • For cooking the pasta:

  • For the onion mixture:

  • For the Farfalle salad:

Steps

1
Done

For cooking the pasta:

Fill a medium cooking pot halfway with water, salt it, and bring to a boil.

2
Done

Add the pasta and cook it according to the instructions on the package.

3
Done

For the onion mixture:

Add the red onion, sugar, and red wine vinegar to a small bowl. Mix them using a fork.

4
Done

For the Farfalle salad:

Add the pasta, salad mix, grapes, pecans, and onion mixture to a bowl and mix them using 2 spatulas.

5
Done

Add the mayonnaise and mix more. Serve topped with crumbled fried bacon.

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Andrei Gusty

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