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    This salad is so amazingly good. I'm totally addicted to it. It looks (and tastes) like something you'd eat in a restaurant. I know, you're thinking spinach with noodles???? But it is SO good. And don't let the long ingredient list scare you. Trust me it's worth the chopping. If I'm making this just for our family, I cut up all my veggies and put them in ziplock baggies. Then I make the dressing and the noodles. I keep all of it in the fridge and just pull it out as much as I want and enjoy the salad 2x in one week! I found it on Pioneer Woman's website (adapted from Jamie Oliver's version) and adapted it to my taste. As a side salad it probably serves more like 8 - 10. But if this is all you're eating then it will serve 4 - 6. It looks like you've got this huge salad and how is it all going to be eaten and then all of a sudden it's gone and people are asking for more!!

    Recipe #295629

    From a wonderful restaurant in New Orleans!!! PLEASE NOTE: Only use 1/3 cup of the prepared vinaigrette for the salad.

    Recipe #58813

    I found this from the net. I haven't tried this recipe yet. This is more like an appetizer.

    Recipe #223584

    This dressing goes with my recipe #211266 You may double this recipe if desired. Plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours before using. This is very good!

    Recipe #154351

    COPY OF THIS OH SO YUMMY SALAD! (45 minutes if you have to cook chicken from fresh) From www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #38339

    A cool treat at a picnic. Cole slaw that is frozen until it is needed.

    Recipe #9099

    5 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    With fresh peaches everywhere I look - I re-discovered this old favorite. We love this as a fruit salad when grilling during hot summer days. Simple and easy! Cook time is actually chill time and is approximate.

    Recipe #135409

    A refreshing combination of mandarin oranges and cucumbers.

    Recipe #301768

    This dressing is a nice change on either Caesar Salads or a regular lettuce/mix salad. Very quick and easy to prepare. For the best taste, use the 6 year old balsamic vinegar.

    Recipe #64055

    This salad has been very popular whenever I've brought it to picnics, potlucks, and barbeques. It travels well and can be prepared a few hours in advance of the party. Be prepared to share this recipe because people Ü will ask for it!

    Recipe #175651

    Quick and tasty salad I found when looking for ideas for a luau. Wonderful as is, but I am also going to try adding chicken breast pieces and peanuts for a delicious Chinese Chicken Salad. Adapted from a recipe I found on partyshop.com. The only cooking is toasting the sesame seeds, almonds and ramen noodles.

    Recipe #31499

    Sometimes simple is best. This is a wonderfully old fashioned salad that is very tasty and easy to prepare.

    Recipe #52087

    8 Reviews |  By yooper

    This is a great dish to serve when it's too hot to cook and you want a main dish salad for dinner. You can add shrimp or chopped crab or lobster instead of the chicken. I sometimes add a green or red pepper to the mix.

    Recipe #31530

    I have had this recipe for many years, and do not remember where I originally got it. The dressing really sets the salad off, adding a wonderful sweet and sour tang to the salad. This salad makes an attactive, colorful place setting. Pleasing to the eye and palate. Preparation time does not include cooking the chicken.

    Recipe #84514

    I've been making this for years. I usually just "chop and dump", so I've gotten the proportions as close as I can, I think. Add more or less mayo, if you like, because I usually don't measure. The same with the tarragon and dill weed. Add more if you like it, less if you don't.

    Recipe #37853

    Next to dipped in ranch dressing, this is my favorite way to eat cucumbers. I love the cool flavor of the sour cream with the crunch of the cucumbers. If you are like my mom, you will remove the seeds ("to get rid of the burp"). If you're like me, you'll wonder what she's talking about while munching on these, seeds and all! :)

    Recipe #224918

    This is in response to a request. It is from "The Complete Asian Cookbook" by Charmaine Solomon. It does require that it marinates a while before serving. There is no real cook time involved.

    Recipe #43101

    22 Reviews |  By Merlot

    This is very similar to a salad served at a neighborhood restaurant. I love the combination of the cheese, bacon and honey salad dressing. Prep time includes the overnight refrigeration of the salad dressing.

    Recipe #31088

    Another Alton Brown masterpiece from the American Classic I Good Eats episode, 2007. I list the original full measurements that he gave below. However, I'm not a big raw onion person, so used only half a sliced onion, and, for health reasons, cut the amount of bacon in half, which didn't diminish the flavor of the recipe in the least. I could happily gorge on spinach salad all day! **Alton recommends loose leaf Savoy or semi-Savoy spinach, if available, eschewing the bagged varieties for freshness reasons. Since I couldn't find any loose leaf, however, I just carefully checked the bagged kind for any brown or slimy areas, and went organic for an extra health kick. **Alton has his own method of hard-boiling eggs. I simply put them in hot water with an "Eggsact Eggtimer" and simmer them until the device reads Hard! Have never had a problem with grey yolks, etc. **If you're lucky enough to find slab (unsliced) bacon, it's easiest to wrap it in parchment paper and slice it yourself to a generous 1/4" thick, discarding the paper ribbon when done. **Finally, if you don't have red wine vinegar on hand, I got away with 2 T balsamic vinegar plus 1 T apple cider vinegar.

    Recipe #256766

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