This Easy Pasta Salad is a simple, traditional recipe that can be changed up with fresh vegetables but is always delicious! It is one of my favorite items to pack for lunch.
This Classic Pasta Salad is always a hit at barbecues, picnics, and parties too! Easy to make and also super economical too since the vegetables are fairly inexpensive, as is the spiral pasta.
With these warm summer days, sometimes I just want to have a cool salad for dinner or lunch. One of my favorites is pasta salad, which can be made in about 10 minutes.
Today I am sharing a simple recipe for Pasta Salad. Made with rotini pasta and fresh vegetables, drizzled in a tasty dressing for a fabulous picnic salad or side dish.
The Basic Ingredients are
- Rotini or spiral pasta
- Bell Peppers
- Homemade Pasta Salad Dressing or a bottled Italian dressing
- Feta Cheese – If you want to make this a Vegetarian Pasta Salad Recipe, just omit this ingredient.
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This recipe makes about 8 servings. Enjoy!
For fun, here is the original photo from this recipe that was posted the first year of the blog.