Berry Blend Salad3 Reviews
- Prep: 20 min
- Ready In: 20 min
“This is an excellent salad and uses no added sugar in the dressing! It will yield 8 small or 4 large salads.” - by Bea
Original recipe yields 4 to 8 servings
- Place the romaine, radicchio, escarole, and red leaf into a colander. Rinse, drain and set aside. Rinse the peas and cut into thirds. Transfer the mixed greens and peas into a large bowl, and gently toss in the cheese, ham and strawberries. Set aside.
- In a shaker container or a jar with lid, add the vinegar, oil, sweetener, mustard, oregano and pepper and shake well. Add up to two additional packets of sweetener, if desired. Pour over salad just before serving, or pour into a serving container and pass.
Amount Per Serving (6 total)
- 299 cal
- 26.4 g
- 7.3 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (3)Rate This Recipe
"WOW, this salad is "da bomb"! Made it exactly as written except for using smoked turkey instead of ham. Definitely a keeper and new favorite! Thanks, Bea!..." See more"
"I can't believe this recipe has been around since, at least, 2004 w/only 2 reviews. I'm assuming the name may have something to do w/it, since it sounds like a fruit salad of some sort. This was a n..." See moreice change of pace salad. I used romaine, red leaf, and baby spinach for my greens, as well as the (frozen) snow peas, ham, strawberries and (cheddar; it's what I had on hand) cheese. I don't use artificial sweetener, so I used 2 tsp of real sugar in the dressing and subbed EVOO for canola oil. I really enjoyed the crisp dressing w/a subtle raspberry undertone. I added some roasted sunflower seeds to my salad and I think that made all of the difference in the world. It adds a nice texture and saltiness to the salad. I, personally, didn't care for the strawberries, but really dug the ham. THANKS for the recipe, Bea!"
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