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A easy rooster pasta salad with a scrumptious lemon herb dressing!
Hello everybody! Chelsea again from Chelsea’s Messy Apron and at the moment I’m sharing one in all my all time FAVORITE pasta salad recipes!
A number of weeks in the past, on a lady’s Bunco night time, we have been served a scrumptious pasta salad and ever since then I’ve not been in a position to cease excited about it! So a lot of my favourite components – sundried tomatoes, pasta, kalamata olives, parsley, and arugula…
And since I can’t get it out of my thoughts, I needed to create my very own take/twist on that recipe!
A number of notes on this pasta salad:
- Seize a pasta that has numerous ridges: I like utilizing a pasta that has numerous ridges and texture because it permits for the dressing to coat it higher and get into all of the nooks and crannies leaving you with a extra flavorful pasta salad!
- Add your favorites! This pasta salad is LOADED with a number of components. When you aren’t a fan of some (or perhaps a few) of the components, depart them out and easily enhance the portions of the opposite salad additions. This salad could be very simply customizable and you can also make it precisely the way you’ll like it!
- This salad has some chopped rotisserie rooster in it, however you may simply depart it out to make this salad vegetarian. Alternatively, you may prepare dinner your individual rooster or use some chopped leftover grilled rooster so as to add some further protein to the salad.
- Use good high quality jarred components. The jarred artichokes, olives, and sun-dried tomatoes will be meh or actually nice relying on the manufacturers you purchase. I extremely advocate DeLallo’s (not sponsored, I simply love their merchandise) sun-dried tomatoes and oil packed artichokes for this salad. You additionally wish to ensure you get the sun-dried tomatoes which might be packed in oil and never the sun-dried tomatoes in a packet.