Recipe by MARSHAANNE
"This is a great tasting salad that is easy to prepare. The main ingredients of lettuce, broccoli and bacon are normally on hand."
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iceberg lettuce, torn into bite-sized pieces
fresh broccoli florets
distilled white vinegar
This salad is a favorite with everyone. I've even added cheese and sunflower seeds to it and there's never enough left at the bottom of the bowl for lunch the next day! Absolutely wonderful and simple.
No matter how much vinegar and sugar I added, the mayonnaise taste never left. I followed the recipe verbatim so I'm not sure what the others did to make it get such a high rating.
This dressing is wonderful. After tasting the salad made as the recipe suggests, I added red onion, celery and red grapes. This more closely resembled the flavors in my Red Broccoli salad posted on this site. Very good Marsha!
This is good for a side dish salad, but not for the whole meal. I've seen variations of this which always include more ingredients. This could use something more.
Not only is this a simple salad, but it is very tasty....my sons favorite salad. We have this at least 1-2 times a month.
Needs something else like cheddar cheese, cherry tomatoes. Liked it just need some other veggies. Used real bacon bits to speed things up.
This is a tasty salad and very quick to throw together. I chose this recipe as part of a soup and salad supper, mostly because I had all the ingredients on hand (I don't usually have iceberg lettuce around, but may buy it more often just to make this salad.) The dressing was a little sweet for my taste, but that may have been my vinegar, which was white wine vinegar. I added a little extra vinegar and some salt and pepper. I loved the crispy bacon with the sweetness of the dressing. I might add some matchstick carrots next time for some added crunch and color. Thanks for a very tasty recipe!
This is best if you add some cubed sharp cheddar cheese, and maybe a little chopped red onion. :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 380
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