Macaroni Salad

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Prep Time: 15 min
Difficulty: Easy

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2 cup cooked Macaroni
3   hard boiled eggs, chopped
1 cup celery, chopped
1/4 cup bell pepper, chopped
pimento , for color
1 cup mayonaisse
1 teaspoon Paula Deen Lemon Pepper Seasoning
1 teaspoon Paula Deen’s House Seasoning
1 tablespoon mustard
salt and pepper to taste





Combine all ingredients in one bowl and serve.

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Paula i have followed so many of your recipes i copied and pasted it to my cook book to hand down to my children when i am gone. i have been looking for a recipe with macaronie, cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, chopped bacon and i cant find it do you know the recipe. i would love to go on that cruise with you but i am 72 and only have social security which all bills and meds take all of that. had heart surgery last year was on life support but been a hard road coming back but with the power of prayer i have made it. i would love to go on the cruise and always wanted to go to jamaica but dont guess it is only a dream for me. i will continue to follow you and all your recipes as i love your cooking good old southern cooking like collard greens and spoon bread etc. have a very blessed day paula. margaret

By margaret silver on November 01, 2013



By mark vest on July 03, 2013


Hi Patricia Horton, You can find Jamie's 'Home for Dinner' recipes at Deen Brother's web site under TV Shows. The exact link for the strawberry yogurt ice cream pops, I believe, is this: Strawberry and Cream Popsicles Thanks for visiting us!

By Anonymous on June 14, 2013


Paula, I have been looking for the strawberry yogurt ice cream pops that, I believe it was Jamie, that made this on his show one day this week. I have not been able to locate it. All I do know about it, it had chunks of strawberries, vanilla yougurt in it. He put it in pops then the freezer. I know nothing in between. I think he was celebrating his son's birthday maybe. They camped out in their back yard. Can you help me with finding the recipe? I do not know if there was any other ingredients in the recipe or not. Maybe sugar for the strawberries? I do not know. Please, I would like to make this recipe before the strawberries are done. Thank you very much! Love to watch your program!! Patricia Horton Thanks!

By Patricia Horton on June 13, 2013


Just to let you know paula you and your boys are a big reason why my son wants to be a chef he joined the marines so that he could go to a culinary school and have it paid for all of us have watched your shows my boys grew up on it I am so proud of my son aaron for the decisions he has made in his life and just wanted to let you know you and your boys were a big part of my sons life and the decisions he has made

By Anonymous on August 07, 2012


I like everything, cause it is easy and I cant mess it up......and I love ur show and it has help me alot to cook that speacial meal for the man in my life and too help me and my two young ladies more things to cook as well.. Pamela

By Pamela White on June 26, 2012


my mom always wants me to print off your recipe's, Paula so i'm doing that for her. SHE LOVES YOUR SHOW. when i used to print off your recipes, i was able to print on a 4 x 6 card, now i can only print on 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. what happened to that smaller option? craig

By Craig Deister on June 08, 2012


I truly enjoy Paula's taste of homemade items. Even though I am in Colorado, I was born in Louisiana. I truly feel at home watching her cook and sharing her talents in Southern Cooking. I don't miss the South when I see Paula cooking her specialities. Thanks Paula for sharing your talents with us. Sincerely, Jo Ann Easterling

By Jo Ann Easterling on December 06, 2011



By Anonymous on July 02, 2011


Delicious!! Eveyone loved it. I must add that it is much better if made the day before and refrigerated overnight. I sampled it the day I made it and wasn't impressed, but allowing it to sit overnight, all the flavors fused and it was delicious the next day. I used 1/2C mayo and 1/2c sourcream instead of 1c mayo, and I also added thawed english peas.

By Anonymous on September 09, 2010


This was a big hit at a hog roast, even the left overs at work was a big hit.

By Anonymous on August 10, 2010


This is easy and quick and everyone loves it. This morning I made the sauce and refrigerated it, boiled the noodles and cooled and refrigerated them, and chopped the veggies and eggs and refrigereated them. I am going to mix it all together just before I serve it and top it off with chunks of fresh tomatoes, salt, and pepper. This is great with boiled shrimp in it too. I have also added steamed edamame to it for my son - he plays football and needs the extra protein during 2-a-days.

By Anonymous on July 16, 2010


By Anonymous on May 30, 2010


Every macaroni salad I have ever had in my life has been so disappointing that I never look forward to trying any of it. I normally try to avoid it at all costs. Unfortunately on occasions such as potlucks or family reunions I come across a person proudly holding or pointing to their homemade dish, obligating me to try it. The only response I have ever been able to give is "Wow! You made that?!?" with a smile on my face, of course. Now that I have recently married a man who likes macaroni salad, I promised to make him some sometime. After stalling for as long as possible, I thought that if I was going to make such a ghastly dish, that I would give it the best chance possible and searched online for Paula Deen recipes and found this site and this recipe. I begrudgingly made the dish last night and I love it!!!! I ate it for a midnight snack twice, breakfast and lunch. Now I have to return to the grocery store to make some for the meal it was originally intended for. Yummy!!!!

By Anonymous on May 28, 2010

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