How to catch a salad lover

… with new Jell-O Salad Gelatin in vegetable flavors

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Here’s a recipe to lure any salad lover. Use Jell-O Salad Gelatin — Celery or Mixed Vegetable flavor.

Combine a 7-ounce can of tuna, drained and coarsely-flaked, with 1 diced tomato, 1 diced hard cooked egg, 2 tablespoons each of sliced ripe olives, green pepper strips, onion strips and Italian salad dressing.

Make gelatin as prepared on the package, but use 3/4 cup cold water instead of ice. (If you double recipe, use only 1-1/4 cups.) Cool. Before it thickens, pour half into a 5-cup mold. Add tuna mixture.

Top with 1-1/2 cups coarsely-chopped lettuce. Add remaining gelatin. Cover. Chill until firm — at least 4 hours. Makes enough bait to catch 4 salad lovers.

 

Salad lovers: Lend us your ears

New celery flavor Jell-O salad gelatin is as versatile for salads as fresh-picked celery. Goes with anything.

New mixed vegetable flavor has a lot of vegetable tastes. That’s why salads made with it have a lot of flavor. Try it in your favorite salad.

1964-New Jell-O Salad Gelatin vegetable flavors

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New Jell-O Salad Gelatin in vegetable flavors

Gelatin vegetable flavors


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