Recipe by Kecia Jones
"Broccoli florets in a tangy dressing. The sweetness of the raisins is a perfect foil for the salt and savory taste of the bacon."
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fresh broccoli, florets only
green onions, chopped
This was amazing! I took others advice and added craisins and turkey bacon. The calorie & fat count for this recipe was really scary, so I tried to decrease them by using turkey bacon, light mayo, less peanuts, and a little less sugar. We loved it and I'm going to make it often.
Far too sweet. Nice combination of ingredients otherwise.
This recipe is excellent. I have made it several times. As one other reviewer noted, I used craisins instead of raisins (I hate raisins)....plus the cranberry color with the green broccoli looks great on the table around the holidays. I also used a red onion instead of green onion. Yum.
Excellent for family gatherings. I substituted sunflower seeds for the peanuts. Awesome flavor
If I make this again, I'll double the broccoli.
Super simple to make and wonderful to eat. I've never cared for broccoli no matter how it was made until I had it like this. I have even adapted it for the South Beach Diet by leaving out the raisins, using turkey bacon, and Splenda instead of sugar and it is still wonderful.
I used broccoli slaw instead of the florets and sunflower seeds instead of the peanuts. Excellent.
This was excellent. I used Craisins instead of raisins and it was great. I will definitely make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kecia's Broccoli Salad
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 471
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