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Springtime Spinach Salad

Springtime Spinach Salad recipe
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This salad boasts a lovely mix of fresh spinach, red onion, sugar snap peas and strawberries with a sprinkle of toasted almonds and a classic dressing.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1-1/3 cups each
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posted:
4/29/2005
I used raspberry walnut vinegrette instead and cashews because I had them on hand but I like the salad with the almonds too.
posted:
4/29/2005
Very good, but hubby didn't like onions in it, and he loves onion.
posted:
4/28/2005
i agree that a rasberry/pecan vinaigrette worked better...enjoy
posted:
4/28/2005
I have made this recipe before and it is very good. I also like it with a red wine vinegarette and crumbled feta cheese. In the winter when strawberries are scarce you can substitute mandarin oranges.
posted:
4/28/2005
Our Bob Evans adds grilled chicken breasts (or tenders) and strawberries as well as hard-cooked eggs and uses a warm bacon dressing which is wonderful. Spinach salad is always good. I will try this recipe and make the above additions.
posted:
4/26/2005
This is such a terrific salad! As an alternative, I like to add praline pecans instead of almonds with a light raspberry vinegrette dressing.
posted:
3/19/2005
Something different. Light and tasty
posted:
3/17/2005
this is a wonderful salad. i recommend it to everyone.
posted:
3/13/2005
Delicious & nutritious salad. I vary the ingredients using plain or toasted pecans, and I use different Kraft Salad Seasonings such as: Balsamic, Rasberry and Italian
posted:
3/9/2005
This is a delicious, crunchy salad. The strawberries and sugar snap peas add a sweet taste. Speaking as one who avoids peas/beans, that says a lot! Crispy, crumbled bacon adds just the right flavor. Drain it well. I press it between thick paper towels, place it in a zipper bag & use the rolling pin to crumble it. It should crumble easily or it hasn't cooked enough to be crispy. If you're in a rush, use real bacon bits from a jar.
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