The last month has brought some truly great recipes into my kitchen. There were Frozen Peanut Butter & Jelly Cookie Sandwiches, which were part of the recent Food ‘n Flix Pan’s Labyrinth Round-Up, Garlicy Asiago Cauliflower Rice which has quickly become one of my new favorite side dishes, and of course I fell head over heels in love with my February #BundtBakers Roasted Balsamic Cherry Chocolate Cake, which was recently featured by Ghirardelli on Instagram. However, none of these recipes captured my heart anywhere near as much as the Muffuletta Pasta Salad, I made to share with friends at an Oscar/Mardi Gras gathering.
I’m not sure why I loved this First Friday Favorites pasta salad quite so much, however, I can tell you that I will be making this enough-to-feed-a-small-army recipe again. B.O.B. Bob and I practically lived off of it for an entire week without any complaints, and when it was finally gone, I have to admit there was a little bit of sadness. As of now, my plan is to make this once again for this year’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Money. I think it will be a great side dish to serve alongside many different types of baked and unbaked mini slider sandwiches. This year my goal is to keep it simple and to make it tasty. Now all I have to do is settle on a date and send out the invite.
You can find the original recipe for this meat, cheese, and olive packed pasta dish HERE. Also, don’t forget that you can find other Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck past recipes by browsing through our Table of Contents.
What recipe did you make last month that surprised, delighted and blew you away with how good it was; not the recipe with the most views, but your own personal favorite? Please link only recipes that are new to you and that you personally made over the past month. Add your recipe link below and feel free to visit other great First Monday Favorites.
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