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Wilshire Cobb Salad

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With tender chicken breast slices and avocados, tomatoes and bacon tossed with romaine lettuce, this Wilshire Cobb Salad is California dreamin' come true.
20 min
20 min
4 servings, 2 cups each

What You Need

pkg.  (6 oz.) romaine lettuce (about 5 cups)
 avocado, sliced
tsp.  lemon juice
large  tomato, chopped
slices  OSCAR MAYER Fully Cooked Bacon, cut into 1-inch pieces
cup  KRAFT Natural Sharp Cheddar Cheese Crumbles
small   red onion, thinly sliced
pkg.  (6 oz.) OSCAR MAYER CARVING BOARD Flame Grilled Chicken Breast Strips
cup  KRAFT Blue Cheese Dressing

Make It

COVER large platter with lettuce.

TOSS avocados with lemon juice. Arrange in rows on top of lettuce along with all remaining ingredients except dressing.

DRIZZLE with dressing just before serving.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Prepare using your favorite KRAFT Lite Dressing, such as Ranch or Creamy Caesar.
Selecting, Ripening & Storing Avocados
Look for avocados that are either slightly soft or firm. Small light-brown markings on the peels are normal and won't affect the quality of the fruit inside. If mashing the avocados for recipe use, look for softer avocados. If needing sliced avocados, or if not using immediately, select firmer pieces of fruit. Avocados will continue to ripen after being picked. To ripen, place in paper bag and let stand at room temperature until desired softness. Ripe avocados can be stored in the refrigerator for several days.
How to Peel Avocados
Insert knife into tip end of whole avocado until knife reaches pit. Rotate knife around pit until avocado is cut lengthwise in half. Gently pull avocado apart by twisting the 2 halves in opposite directions. Score avocado skin of each half into thirds, cutting just to, but not into, flesh of avocado. Using paring knife, pull back center strip of avocado peel. Then, pull back 2 side strips of peel.
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