Palomino Chop Chop Salad

My favorite entree salad, from Palomino's Restaurants. This is attributed to Palomino Chef Gail Tronnes. Scoured to find this version, posted in the travel section of a university web site.

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  • Make dressing in a mixing bowl. Whisk egg yolks for 2-3 minutes, then add vinegar, garlic, salt and pepper. Whisk 2-3 minutes. Slowly add oil to emulsify. Refrigerate until needed.
  • Combine greens, basil, provolone, garbanzos, salami in a bowl; add ½ cup dressing. Toss to combine. Add parmesan, turkey, and toss.
  • Place salad on plate; top with tomato. Serve with pepper mill. The restaurant offers this as 1 large serving but with crusty bread and a cold drink it is a very nice dinner for 2. Also great side for 4-6 servings.
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"My favorite entree salad, from Palomino's Restaurants. This is attributed to Palomino Chef Gail Tronnes. Scoured to find this version, posted in the travel section of a university web site."
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  1. Karen A.
    what exactly is a TABLESPOON of Salami or provolone Cheese? the measurement for the smoked turkey says a 1/4 cup, and I can see measuring the parmesan with a tablespoon, but slices of provolone and salami cannot be measured with tablespoons. and a tablespoon of garbanzo beans? that's not very much! and I have had this salad, these things just don't seem correct! help! thank you!
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  2. rkrumple
    Two cups of olive oil in a salad that serves two? When made with the correct portion of oil, it's a very good salad.
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  3. Gina Farina
    I needed to make a substantial salad for a potluck cause the main meal was vegetarian lasagna. I love the Palomino's here in Mpls, and I've had this salad. This was a huge hit. I served the salad ingredients build-your-own style. I included artichoke hearts, olives, pepperoncinis and toasted pine nuts. This recipe makes a boat-load of dressing, so if you want left-over it's great, otherwise cut it in half. If anyone is worried about the raw eggs, just dip the unopened eggs in boiling water for about 1 or 2 minutes and then run it under cold water right away. Use when cool.
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  4. Carriescookin81
    Great salad! Fabulous dressing!
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  5. AlaskaChick
    Bless you for finding this - Palominos in Seattle was a regular stop when I made it to town and this was my favorite order. How nice that I can make it at home!
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