Made with elbow noodles, hard-boiled eggs, onion, celery, pickle relish, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, and salt & pepper.
This made SO much macaroni that I had to add MORE of what the rest of the ingredients called for. There was no way 1/4 cup pickle relish, 3 cups of mayo, the Worcestershire sauce or the amount of pepper called for was going to do ANYTHING for this big bowl of pasta.
I used 2 lbs of pasta like the recipe called for and ended up doubling and tripling the rest of the ingredients so they would flavor and cover the entire bowl of pasta. I think you just have to keep adding until it’s to your liking or until all the noodles are flavored well.
If I had just put 1/4 cup of relish in that big bowl, it would have been tantamount to not putting pickle relish in it at all!
Made with Velveeta macaroni & cheese, Miracle Whip dressing, milk, celery, red bell pepper, hard-boiled eggs, and green onions.
I tried both of these dishes both warm and cold. They’re good both ways but I tend to like mine on the warmer side.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, make a huge bowl of macaroni salad and serve it up both hot and cold.
Take-Away Life Lesson: Don’t always follow recipes to a science if it’s so obvious there needs to be more or less of something added. Also, take into account recipes could be misprinted as well sometimes.