Delicious Salad Recipes
will not find a tossed salad or a drop of olive oil in the lot
of salad recipes that follow. Moreover, you can toss your idea
of crisp, chilled greens out the window because you are going to
get many hot dressings and wilted greens if you are going to eat
Pennsylvania Dutch salads.
However, before you decide to skip this section, you might
give thought to cucumbers languish in sour cream and tender,
young dandelions coated with delicious bacon dressing. Surely,
you are not going to forget coleslaw and potato salad - those
Pennsylvania Dutch standbys! If you will linger a few minutes, I
have an idea you can be sold on Pennsylvania Dutch Salads, after
Pennsylvania Dutch Did You Know?
Pennsylvania Dutch come mostly from what is now Germany rather
than the Netherlands. Logically, their language too is
ultimately a derivative of Palatinate German, not Dutch.