This easy and delicious Watergate Salad made with pistachio pudding, pineapple, whipped topping and marshmallows is a winner for potluck and family dinners.
Original Watergate recipes from the 70's~Lore: These recipes became popular during the Watergate Scandal of the 70's and it's easy to say it's because it was full of fruit, marshmallows, and nuts. circa approximately 1975 as I am not sure when I cut it from paper.
This Watergate Salad #SundaySupper, also known as Pistachio Salad, Pistachio Delight or Pistachio Fluff or Green Fluff, is a sweet, cool, crunchy dessert made with pistachio pudding, whipped topping, crushed pineapple, mini marshmallows, pecans and coconut. ~ http://FlavorMosaic.com
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I checked all the other recipes here, and each one is a little different in one way or another. THIS is the real deal. I got the recipe from the chef at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, DC where the recipe originated. If you want the same one served there that was made famous there....this is it.
I miss the simpler times. You know this woman bragged to the day she died about her photo and recipe being printed in the newspaper. Simple pleasures.
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Watergate Salad recipe comes together in mere minutes. Let it chill for a few hours, and this easy, no-cook side dish is ready to rock!