Recipe by Dee
"Every time I serve this I am asked for the recipe. It is sooo.. good!"
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spinach, rinsed and chopped
2 3/4 ounces
sliced fresh mushrooms
ground black pepper
prepared Dijon-style mustard
I think the serving size listed for this recipe is incorrect. It says: serves 6. Two pounds of spinach is a huge amount, even as the main meal, this would probably feed more.
Assuming you're serving it as a side salad, this recipe (using 2 lbs of spinach) should feed about 24 people.
I scaled this recipe back to get the correct amount needed for 6 people (I would allow one egg per person though). It worked great. I would strongly suggest that you make your own croutons using the GARLIC CROUTON recipe submitted by Cathy Hofmann. It's wonderful!!
Time saving tips: 1. don't use a blender, put everything into a wide mouth bottle (like a 16 oz Gatorade bottle) and shake it up. No blender to clean and you can toss the bottle!
2. use REAL bacon already cooked and crumbled at the store.
Very good recipe! I took the suggestions of cutting down the sugar about 1/2. It turned out great...
This was very good. My husband who normally will not touch spinach loved it. I did add more mushrooms.
This is a great spinach salad recipe. Especially for those of us who live in a warm climate (FL) and don't need a "hot dressing" all the time. I used a red onion the first time I made the recipe, and the dressing came out a nice pink color in contrast to the green spinach. One egg per person is the way to go, and I only used one bag of spinach for six people.
WOW! What a salad. I have made this so many times and the bowl is always empty!! I have also used the dressing on other in other salads. The dressing is great on plain lettuce. I usually use bacon that is precooked from the store and have also added feta cheese, almonds and dried cranberries to this salad. I do not use a blender to make the dressing, just a jar and a good shake!
Absolutely OUTSTANDING. I too made some changes, but loved it and my wife drooled over it. I used Balsamic Vinegar and didn't have Celery seed so used sesame instead. Will most defiately be making again. Would rate this as a 10 if it were available.
My gang loves spinach and salad so this was great for us. Other than using baby spinach leaves, I didn't change a thing. This recipe is also good with the hot bacon dressing which is on this site. Yum, and thanks!
Excellent recipe! I made it easy by using, pre-washed and bagged baby spinach, pre sliced mushrooms, and pre-cooked bacon. The dressing was excellent and the hit of the party I took it to. Everyone wanted the recipe. Thanks
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bermuda Spinach Salad
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 336
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