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Holiday Green Salad

Holiday Green Salad

"The combination of crisp veggies, a well-seasoned dressing and dried cranberries can't be beat, believes Rita Farmer of Houston, Texas. 'It's a refreshing salad to make for a luncheon or an evening meal,' she notes."
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Ingredients

15 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, combine greens, onions and celery. In a small bowl, combine the oil, vinegar, sugar, parsley, hot pepper sauce and salt; mix well. Pour over salad; toss to coat. Add cranberries and almonds. Serve immediately.

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Dressing goes very well with the dried cranberries & roasted almonds. I had used red leaf lettuce instead of romaine and also threw in cucumbers and tomatoes.

This was delish! I used part butter lettuce along with the Romaine and toasted the almonds. Used olive for the oil and only had dried parsley so I reduced the dried parsley to 1/3 of the fresh a...

I've made this for several holiday dinners and it was a huge hit. It seems the green salad is easy to overlook for the extravagant holiday feasts, it's great to have a nice fresh salad in the mi...

Made this for a Christmas party. Followed the recipe exactly except used Honey Roasted Almond Accents from a bag. Everyone gobbled it up. (even the kids) 4 people asked for the recipe. So simple...

We loved this salad, tho' I did make a few minor changes to suit our tastes. I left out the sugar, and for the dressing I used grapeseed oil and white vinegar in a ratio of 3:1. I did leave out ...

I didn't get to eat this, but my husband had to work on Thanksgiving and so I made it for him to take to work. He liked it and some of the guys from work asked for the recipe, which means it wa...

Simple and delicious. I only used 4T of sugar, though, and that was plenty. White balsamic vinegar worked well, too.

I took this to a small Christmas get together and everyone loved it. It is so simple to make and tasty!

The best salad ever---so simple and everyone loves it!

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