Corn Salad For Picnics

Corn Salad For Picnics

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Pam Petersen


*I received this recipe from a co-worker of my sister in Jacksonville, FL AND it is so easy to remember, easy to prepare, AND SOO VERY GOOD!
This is great for picnics, but I feel it is also a good addition to Easter Dinner or Church Pot-luck, etc.
This salad WANTS black pepper :)


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  • 3 can(s)
    white shoe peg corn
  • 3 bunch
    green onions (sliced)
  • 3 Tbsp
    helmans mayonaise
  • 3
    plum tomatoes, sliced
  • ·
    salt & pepper to taste :)

How to Make Corn Salad For Picnics


  1. Place drained corn in mixing bowl with all the sliced green onions and a dash of salt and good shake of pepper, add the mayonaise (little or more as desired) mix well and refrigerate covered over night. The next morning, slice and add the tomatoes, stirring gently. This is so yummmy
    Enjoy with any picnic (keep chilled till ready to eat)

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Course/Dish: Sides Salads
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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