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LOOKING for: Ham Pasta Salad w/ dill, sugar syrup & mayo dressin

Posted by lambsydivy (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 28, 09 at 16:10

I got this recipe some time ago and I seem to have misplaced it. This recipe had you make a sugar and water syrup which you boiled and then mixed with mayo. Also in the salad was cubed ham and dill weed. There may have been cheese as well, but I'm not sure.

Can anyone out there PLEASE help me?

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RE: LOOKING for: Ham Pasta Salad w/ dill, sugar syrup & mayo dre

See if this is similar.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pasta salad

RE: LOOKING for: Ham Pasta Salad w/ dill, sugar syrup & mayo dre

No, what I need mostly is to know how much sugar vs. water ratio and how long to cook, and how much mayo. I can always add the dill weed to taste, and add cheese if I want to. It did not have mustard or grapes in it.

Thanks for trying, tho.

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