Herby Cucumber Salad

  • awedewer Posted: 06/01/12
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    The dressing was delicious, but the amount of onion was overwhelming...and we love onions! If I make it again I will use much less.

  • Debwake Posted: 11/15/12
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    I took this salad to a family get together last summer and it was a hit with even my picky relatives. They loved it so much that I have been asked to bring it to three other family dinners! It is a keeper! I did reduce the amount of onion...it was a bit overwhelming!

  • WisconsinGal Posted: 07/07/12
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    Although I really liked this recipe and it came together quickly, I only rated it a "3" because it's nothing overly unusual or unique. However, it is a good, solid creamy cucumber recipe that would be a nice addition to any collection of cucumber salad recipes, especially when you're in the middle of "cucumber season" and looking for something new. Also, it's a great recipe for using fresh herbs. I'll definitely be making this recipe often.

  • mulletkitty Posted: 07/07/12
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    Really flavorful -- a good standard go-to recipe for dilled cucumber salad. My only complaint was that it was too garlicky- then I realized I doubled the garlic by mistake. You gotta serve it right away though -- it doesn't stay pretty for long. Be sure to slice the onion thin so it absorbs the flavor.

  • inspired2cook Posted: 05/21/12
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    It's fresh and excellent for when you're tired of the same old lettuce salad. Great for taking advantage of low cucumber prices!

  • NHDebbie Posted: 09/11/12
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    Wonderful tangy dressing! Much tastier and more interesting than the usual sour-cream-and-dill combo. Good enough for company, or as pot luck dish. I did reduce the amount of red onion to about 1/2 cup.

  • JulieRae97 Posted: 11/30/12
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    This was good. This was really good once I added feta cheese.


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