24 Hour Layered Garden Salad
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24 Hour Layered Garden Salad
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:15 AM. Recipe ID 27066. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: 24 hour layered garden salad
 Categories: : main dish, Salads, Southern, Tnt
      Yield: 1 Servings
      6 c  Lettuce; bite-size pieces
      8 lg Green Onions; sliced thin
      4 lg Carrots; shredded
      2 md Broccoli Spears; chopped
      1 md Cauliflower Head; chopped
      4    Pc Celery Ribs; chopped
      3 md Cucumbers; peeled and sliced
      1 sm Cont Mushrooms; sliced
      2 md Tomatoes; diced
     10 oz Frozen Peas; thawed
      4 lg Eggs; Hard-Boiled, chopped
      1 lb Bacon; Crisp And Crumbled,
      2 cn Real Bacon Pieces; more or
           Salad Dressing
      4 c  Shredded Cheddar Cheese;
           -mild or sharp
  Layer or toss the first nine ingredients in a large bowl or large
  plastic container with lid. (Any combination and/or quantity of salad
  ingredients can be used to suit your tastes or preferences.) On top
  of this salad mixture, layer the next three ingredients in the order
  listed. (These ingredients should not be altered.) Spread dressing
  (see ingredients and directions below) evenly on salad to sides of
  bowl or container. Spread shredded cheddar cheese on top of salad
  dressing. Cover salad with plastic wrap or lid and let set overnight
  in refrigerator to develop flavors fully.
  Salad Dressing:
  3 to 4 c. mayo or salad dressing, as preferred 6 T. sugar salt and
  pepper, to taste
  Mix well. Let mixture sit in refrigerator until salad is ready for
  it. Stir again before spreading on salad. (If you use salad dressing
  instead of mayo, you might want to decrease the qty of sugar used by
  a couple of tablespoons or omit entirely to suit your particular

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Recipe ID 27066 (Apr 03, 2005)

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