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Saltine Cracker Salad from the South

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Saltine cracker salad is an old-timey Southern recipe that is unbelievably easy to make and ridiculously tasty. If you’ve never tried a cracker salad recipe before, it probably sounds like a bad idea, but definitely give this classic country dish a try.
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Ingredients for a Saltine Cracker Salad

1 sleeve of SALTINE CRACKERS
1 cup chopped, fresh TOMATO
2-3 chopped GREEN ONIONS
1 chopped, boiled EGG …or 2, if you love eggs
1 cup MAYONNAISE
SALT and PEPPER to taste
….ideally use fresh cracked black pepper, and be sure to give the salad a
taste test before adding salt, since the saltine crackers have lots of salt already.

How to Make Cracker Salad

If you have a degree in rocketry, it will not be needed for this salad. If you have a boiled egg already on hand, then this dish takes only moments to prepare. You can check current prices for a handy egg steamer if you’re the kinda person who likes having the odd boiled egg around.

In a bowl, empty one sleeve of saltine crackers, or unsalted crackers if you’re watching your sodium intake. Give crackers a rough crush by hand, but don’t overcrush! Then simply add the rest of the ingredients and toss until everything is combined. That’s all…it’s like the opposite of rocket science.

This salad is extremely versatile and all ingredients can be adjusted for taste, but the
amounts I have listed are a good place to start.

If you want to jazz the dish up a bit, try adding some creamy horseradish sauce, or a little chili pepper, paprika, or hot sauce.

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