Nutty Mandarin Salad With Poppy Seed Dressing

"My sister-in-law makes this wonderful salad and I finally got the recipe from her. It is so yummy!"
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
1 salad
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • For the salad: Chop lettuce into bite-sized pieces.
  • Top lettuce with drained mandarin oranges and toasted slivered almonds.
  • Slice red onion and add to salad.
  • Toss everything together.
  • For dressing: Mix together sugar, red wine vinegar, mustard, poppy seeds, and salt. Once all other ingredients are mixed together, add the oil and mix well.
  • Serve salad and dressing separately to avoid a soggy, wilted result.

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Reviews

  1. CountryCookinGirl
    i make this all the time it is amazingly good! my favorite
     
  2. winelover813
    I made this for a wine tasting party the other night and EVERYONE loved it and wanted the recipe! Fabulous! I am going to try it again with splenda instead of sugar.
     
  3. RecipeTsarina
    This is wonderful. I went a bit easy on the sugar with no problems. I threw in some red grapes too. Will be having this again for lunch tomorrow, can't wait.
     
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I am 32 years old and live in quaint little Carlisle, PA. Currently I am working as an Administrative Assistant for an insurance company. I hope to someday make a career out of my love for food and cooking! Besides cooking, I really enjoy music, theater, and sports. My favorite teams are the Yankees, Buffalo Bills, and Notre Dame. I spend rainy days watching the Food Network. Currently my favorite Broadway show is Wicked...just for the music alone! I saw it in Chicago on a Broadway tour and it was so amazing! The special effects blew me away. My favorite movie is Gone With The Wind- a true classic!
 
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