congealed salad

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con·gealed salad

n. Chiefly Southern US
A molded salad made of flavored gelatin and other ingredients such as chopped fruits or vegetables, cottage cheese, or marshmallows.
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She threw together her English peas and potato conglomerate, a red congealed salad, plus her very special, signature bread pudding.
We noticed she didn't question the amount left upon our cousin's plate, too busy dishing up the peas and potatoes and as well as the red congealed salad. But it was when Granny's very special bread pudding was served that it all went down.
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The menu features mom's favorites: Cherry Congealed Salad, Bourbon-Brown Sugar Pork Tenderloin, Potato Casserole, Broccoli with Horseradish Sauce, and rolls.
Cherry Congealed Salad Bourbon-Brown Sugar Pork Tenderloin Potato Casserole Broccoli with Horseradish Sauce Brownie-Mint Pie
He describes his grandmother as "one of the best cooks I have known." Her annual menu included turkey, gravy, dressing, asparagus or green beans, and congealed salad. There were two dressings: oyster and cornbread.
We cracked out enough to fill several freezer bags so we could enjoy pecans year-round in fudges, brownies, cookies, pound cakes, congealed salads, and sweet-potato souffles.
Bunny molds are perfect for congealed salads or even small individual cakes.
Use bunny-shaped molds to create congealed salads. Add flowers to the bunny's garden of spring greens.