Annie's Broccoli Salad

"My mother is a fabulous cook and I just love her Broccoli Salad. Always one of the first things to go at family dinners and potlucks! You can also substitue 1 cup cauliflower for 1 cup broccoli for a nice Broccoli and Cauliflower salad. Prep/cooking time does not include chill time or cooking the bacon."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine broccoli, onion, cheese, and bacon.
  • Mix the dressing and toss with broccoli mixture.
  • Chill and serve.

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Reviews

  1. metzgecl
    My sister has made this broccoli salad for many family gatherings, holidays, bridal and baby showers... you name it. Its so good that my family actually fights over the leftovers. I am making it for a picnic tomorrow and looking forward to eating it again.
     
  2. tinkerday
    I made this to take to thanksgiving a couple of years ago, and my family loved it. It has been my designated, "you must bring this" dish ever since!
     
  3. amyellenharris
    This is a great recipe. I modified is significantly to make it a main dish. I added chopped chicken, chopped celery, gluten-free pasta, and grated a carrot into it. So delish! Thanks for the dish!
     
  4. Dahn98
    Made this last night. Very, very good.. Made some changes for our tastes: a small pinch of sugar only (ie: 1/4 Splenda package). 3 Tablespoons red wine vinegar and only a small bit of cheese. Also, cooked broccoli for 1 min in microwave. I have added this to my "tried and true". Thanks so much!
     
  5. Cilantro in Canada
    Fantastic and easy. I made the dressing the day before. I prepared all the remaining ingredients the day before as well and just before serving I assembled it. Very popular salad. Thanks for the recipe
     
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Tweaks

  1. Fofi4667
    We really enjoyed this salad. I cooked the broccoli in the mivrowave for 40 seconds just to soften them a bit. I subbed regular vinegar for apple cider. Other than that I followed this recipe as listed. Thanks so much.
     

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