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Hawaiian Macaroni Salad is reassuring in more ways than one. This creamy, uncomplicated dish adds a splash of tropical sunshine to any dish; it is traditionally served as a side dish during Hawaiian plate lunches. This dish is perfect for outdoor barbecues or a Hawaiian-themed supper since it is easy to create and has sweet and acidic tastes. It’s great for those times when you need a simple side dish that everyone can eat.
Grilled meats, such as kalbi ribs or teriyaki chicken, go well with Hawaiian macaroni salad, making it possible to have a luau-style barbecue in the comfort of your own garden. Sliders or pulled pork sandwiches go well with it as well. Perfect for a weeknight dinner when paired with grilled veggies or a simple green salad.
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Macaroni Salad with Hawaiian Flavors 8 Servings

Two cups of elbow macaroni that has not been cooked
Sshredded carrots, 1/2 cup
chopped celery, half a cup
Two thinly sliced green onions, one and a half cups of mayonnaise, and a quarter cup of minced sweet onion
1/4 cup of full-fat milk
vinegar made from apple cider two teaspoons
1/4 cup of sugar
one teaspoon of salt
half a teaspoon of ground pepper
How to Follow
The first step is to cook the macaroni until it is barely soft, as directed on the packet. Remove excess liquid and let to cool.
2. After the macaroni has cooled, throw it in a big bowl with the chopped celery, shredded carrot, minced sweet onion, and sliced green onions.
Combine the mayonnaise, whole milk, apple cider vinegar, sugar, salt, and black pepper in a separate small bowl and whisk until smooth and creamy.
4. Coat the macaroni mixture evenly by pouring the dressing over it and tossing.
5. To make sure all the flavors combine, chill the salad in the fridge for at least an hour before you serve it.
6. Toss the salad well before serving, and add more salt and pepper if necessary, to taste.

Changes and Hints
You may make it more flavorful by adding cooked and crumbled bacon or chopped hard-boiled eggs for a change of pace. To change up the texture of the dressing, some people prefer to add shredded cheddar cheese or a combination of sour cream and mayonnaise. Use low-fat mayonnaise or a combination of Greek yogurt and mayonnaise for a lighter version.

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