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Kidney Bean Salad Recipe

2 – 15 ounce cans
1/2 cup
4
1 stalk
1 small-medium
4 ounces
3/4 cup
1/8 teaspoon
1 cup
dark red kidney beans
dill pickles, chopped
hard boiled eggs, chopped
celery, thinly sliced
onion, chopped
cheddar cheese, diced small
mayonnaise
pepper
cherry tomatoes, cut in half

Recipe Pan Type: salad serving bowl


Kidney Bean Salad Directions

Open kidney beans and drain them.

In a large bowl combine the drained kidney beans, chopped pickle, chopped eggs, sliced celery and chopped onion. Stir kidney bean mixture to blend.
Add mayonnaise, pepper and diced cheese. Mix kidney bean salad well.
Refrigerate salad several hours before serving.

Gently mix in the cherry tomatoes halves.
(Bread and butter pickles can be substituted for dill pickles.)

Note: During the summer it is a good idea to make up salads early in the day. That way, when evening comes you can fire up the barbeque and with very little effort have a great dinner and kidney bean salad ready in no time.

Recipe Serves: 6 – 8


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