Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe! My Most Requested Dish for Family Get Togethers!

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Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

I actually got a special request to prepare this dish for Easter and I get this request pretty often for family get togethers.  It is a really simple pasta recipe with vegetables and it looks wonderful. Plus, the kids will eat this, and since it has Veggies, Cheese, and Olive Oil in it, I’m glad they like something that is healthy! What is also awesome is, many of the ingredients were either Buy One Get One Free or on sale at Publix.  

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

So, here is what you need for Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme: 

1 lb of Rotelle Pasta Cooked

1 tbsp of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 cup of Italian Dressing

1/2 cup of Olives chopped into 3rds

1/2 cup of Cherry or Grape Tomatoes chopped into 4ths

1 Large cucumber chopped into 4ths

3 Mozzarella Cheese Sticks Reduced Fat chopped into small pieces

3 tbsp of McCormick Salad Supreme

So to start, I usually boil the pasta in advance and put it in the fridge so it is chilled.  I happen to do this first thing when I got up, and then used it about 3 hours later. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

Once I am ready to use the pasta, I add the tbsp of Olive Oil  and stir to separate the pasta. After that I add the 1 cup of Italian Dressing and stir. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe  

Then, I chopped up the vegetables and cheese. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

Adding the cucumbers. 

 I add each to the pasta one at a time and stir. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

Can’t see the cheese but added it, and adding the Olives. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

Adding the Tomatoes. 

This will be what it looks like right before you add the 3 tbsps of McCormick Salad Supreme and mix. Then, Refrigerate after. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

As you can see it is a very colorful Pasta Salad with nice texture.  It would be perfect for family reunions, parties, Bar-B-Ques and most family get togethers. Consider pairing this with a Pulled Pork Dish! CLICK HERE–> Pulled Pork Crock Pot Recipe. 

Colorful Pasta Salad Made With Vegetables and Salad Supreme Recipe

 

I hope you enjoy it, I will be enjoying some of the leftovers today!

Comments

  1. Hi! I actually make one similar to this that everyone loves! In mine, I use FF Zesty Italian Dressing, I don't put tomatoes (I don't like them, lol), but, I do put mini sliced pepperoni. I've never used Olive Oil though. I try to keep mine as low fat as possible. I do use cheese, usually block, like cracker barrel, and I also sprinkle Parmesan Cheese in it as well. I also used the tri-colored pasta noodles. LOVE that Salad Supreme Seasoning though!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have been making this for at least 20 years LOL, I remember my mom making it when i was a teen and the salad supreme seasoning is a must LOL. I however don't use the cheese in it and I do brololli, caul,black olives i keep them whole though, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, I do prefer it with the tri colored noodles. Whenever we have a family get together I make this and when we threw our daughter her open house grad party it was a big hit.

  3. I always used the box kind, but this looks really easy to make. Bookmarking this for the future.

  4. How many do you think this recipe will feed?

  5. I work in a supermarket deli, and this once of our best selling salads. I make my oxen at home, and I add chopped bell pepper, celery, shredded carrot , and whatever cheese I have leftover. I use cheddar, swiss, mozzarella, whatever is available. This tastes even better the second day. Love it.

  6. hi. I am from south Africa. I was wondering what can I substitute salad supreme with as it is not available here. Thank you

  7. How many servings does this recipe make about? I need to serve 50 people. just wondering if I need to double or triple

  8. Looking for way to eat health. This one I will try, but w/o the tomatoes. Allergic to them. Thanks

  9. This sounds like a wonderful dish to make in the warmer weather. I do love pasta salads and this one is going to be on my list to try out.

  10. My mom makes this pasta but without the olive oil and the salad seasoning. We add sliced broccoli, carrots, celery, bell peppers, and cauliflower to get lots of veggies in! I’ve tweaked it a little bit by cutting up chicken breast into bite sized pieces and marinating it in the salad dressing before frying it and adding it to the pasta. My husband and I polish off the bowl ourselves O_o I love cucumbers so I will add them the next time I make this!

  11. Una Breen says:

    I love pasta salad and make it often in the Spring and Summer! I discovered the secret to an even better tasting salad! After you’ve cooked and drained the pasta, pour some of your salad dressing (but not too much) and stir while it’s still hot. The pasta sucks up all that dressing making it more flavorful and keeps the pasta from sticking together! I also marinade the veggies while the pasta is chilling. Ya it’s pasta salad time!

  12. Alvertha Whitaker says:

    I made this tonight… I am in love with the salad supreme!!!!!! I decided to add some sautéed shrimp to mine and it was awesome. Thanks for the recipe.

  13. I use a little of the salad oil, itself rather than the olive oil to separate it. And I like red & green pepper, Bermuda onion & tomatoes and if I have any cooked chicken I add that, as well. Cuc & celery if I have it. We call it “clean out the fridge pasta”. Sometimes some salsa and the next day when it looks dry I add some V8. I keep small cans of V8 in stock and use it as an ingredient in things.

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