"This salad uses eggs, bacon, spinach, onion, and an oil and lemon juice dressing." — Dee J
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1 (10 ounce) package
salt and pepper to taste
Very nice recipe.I used soy bacon.The oil can be reduced a little. It was just amazing.Thanks a lot.
No one in our family liked this salad. It could be that olive oil would improve it. Also the onion we used was too strong for the rest of the ingredients.
It's a shame that such a magnificent salad has such a plain Jane name. "Spinach Salad II" just doesn't do it justice! I was tempted to dock it a star just for calling for vegetable oil in the dressing (I used olive oil) but all the positives more than outweighed this one little negative. Beautiful, fresh, perfect blend of flavors and colors, and extremely good for you too! Other than using olive oil rather than vegetable oil, and thinly sliced red onion for the chopped onions called for, I made no other changes or additions. Why mess with perfection? Loved, loved, loved the dressing - so light and fresh tasting! Rather than tossing the salad I made individual servings on salad plates, topping each bed of spinach with the remaining ingredients. This made for a beautiful presentation. Thanks for sharing this keeper recipe Dee J - we cleaned our plates!
Very good! The dressing is a very nice touch, it adds just the bit of flavor that the salad needs!
Magnificent! I've searched a long time for such a Great Restaurant Quality Spinach Salad & Dressing....This is it! Thank You!
i used olive oil instead of vegetable oil. very good recipe. will definitely make again.
My daughter and I LOVE spinach and this recipe was great for us!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spinach Salad II
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 307
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