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Little King Salad Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Kim Brown

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Salad:
1 head iceberg lettuce chopped ( I often use Romaine, because we love it!)
╝álb chopped ham
╝álb chopped turkey
╝álb chopped hard salami
╝álb pepperoni
1 red onion sliced
2 tomatoes sliced
1 C shredded cheese (provolone or Swiss are best)
Italian Hard Rolls
Dressing:
żác Olive oil
╝ác tarragon vinegar
⅛át pepper
Żát dried oregano
1 t salt
╝át garlic powder

Directions:
Directions:
Instructions
1. Mix up dressing, pour over salad ingredients, toss well. Before you serve throw in torn up pieces of Italian hard rolls.
2. From experience:
3. You can use all of the meat flavors, like it calls for, or just use the ones that you like. i like to use them all. I like to chop some, Juliane some, and for the pepperoni, I love the mini ones!! I prefer the provolone cheese when I make it. It calls for shredded cheese, but I buy it in the deli section, of the grocery (have them cut it a little thicker) and Julianne cut it instead. The original recipe calls for iceberg lettuce, that is
how I made it for the photo. I prefer romaine, but again, to each their own! When it comes to tomatoes, I prefer to use the Roma style ones. The Italian hard rolls are best. They stand up better to the dressing, if you are in Nebraska, I always use the Rotella Bakery ones! Lastly, to me, a little red onion goes a long way, so I usually use less than the recipe calls for. Follow it how the recipe reads, or if you're like me teak it until
it's your own!

 

 

 

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