4 Reviews

Excellent salad. I made it in a trifle bowl and then tossed it before serving. Wish I had used a normal salad bowl as it was hard to toss and didn't look that great! If I was keeping it as layers, I would use a 9x13 pan, and serve as squares. Only complaints were from my DS who dislikes peas! The combination of veggies was excellent and it would make a great salad for a potluck.

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Ty's Kitchen August 06, 2012

Tasty, pretty, portable, easy, healthy. . .I could go on and on. I made this at noon and took it to a BBQ so it was in the fridge for about 6 hours and it came out beautifully. I did use our favorite light buttermilk ranch dressing in place of the one written here, but I have to tell you that the ingredients were the star. And for the lettuce, I used a combo of iceberg and baby spinach. Thanks for sharing this repeater!

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JanuaryBride August 02, 2010

I made this for a church potluck and it was devoured! I enjoyed the dressing. I did add just a little sugar to the dressing. Thanks for a colorful and so healthy salad!

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Sharon123 December 27, 2009

Another on my list of all good salad recipes! I love the layer "look" here, and the colors were so bright, and cheerful...especially on a dreadful, dreary Saturday early fall. I loved the dressing, especially using low-fat mayo, and low-fat buttermilk. I added finely chopped fresh basil and a dash of kosher salt to the dressing. After putting the dressing on, I let this sit over-night, and served it on Saturday at lunch time with garlic bread, cutting it as though it was lasagna. Added the cheese and a bit of broken tortilla strips on top. Just delightful! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* October 2009

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm October 17, 2009
Skinny Bride's Guide to Layered Vegetable Salad