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Bacon, Avocado & Tomato Salad

The chunkier the veggies, the better. If you want to save on time, use Oscar Meyer Ready to Serve Bacon.

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2hrs 15mins
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  • Fry bacon until crisp, drain & crumble.
  • Mix oil, vinegar, salt, pepper & hot sauce & pour over avocados. Toss gently.
  • Gently fold bacon, tomatoes and onion into avocados.
  • Cover and refrigerate up to 2 hours.
  • Serve on lettuce leaves.
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"The chunkier the veggies, the better. If you want to save on time, use Oscar Meyer Ready to Serve Bacon."
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  1. Ms B.
    I am behind in my reviewing, but I prepared this a few weeks ago (before the current salmonella tomato scare). The salad was fabulous. It was a quick, easy, and filling lunch that will be repeated when tomatoes are safe once again.
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  2. Ilysse
    We loved this. DH piled it high on his plate. I left out the hot sauce 'cause DH doesn't like it. I also didn't read well when I chose to make the salad and didn't realize it should sit for so long. It sat for about an hour, no problems, still wonderful. There is nothing leftover (and there were only 2 of us eating lol) so I wont get to see how it does sitting longer. Oh well. This is something I am sure I will be making often. Thanks for a great recipe.
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  3. princesslisa of a g
    Excellent salad! I love all the different textures that are in it and the taste is outstanding. Will be making often.
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  4. Montana Heart Song
    This is MY kind of salad. I LOVE IT. Now hubby can't eat bacon or vinegar so I serve him plain with pepper and or hot sauce and salt substitute. I use Hormel bacon pieces in a sack. Excellent.
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  5. Krsi Sue
    The chunkier the veggies, the better. If you want to save on time, use Oscar Meyer Ready to Serve Bacon.
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