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Broccoli-Bacon Salad

May/June 2009

Your rating: None Average: 4 (212 votes)

A picnic favorite, this salad combines broccoli, water chestnuts, cranberries and just a little bacon for delicious results. Our version has plenty of creaminess without all the fat. Make it once and it will become a regular on your backyard barbecue menu.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Loved this recipe. It was easy to make ahead of time. The water chestnuts and dried cranberries made it very interesting to me. I'm the person who always brings a healthy salad when asked to bring something. I wanted something that...
Broccoli-Bacon Salad Recipe

28 Reviews for Broccoli-Bacon Salad

07/03/2013
This Recipe is a Keeper!

Made it for a work lunch. My co-workers tend to be hesitant to try my "healthy" recipes, but this one got rave reviews! will make it again for sure! Nice that leftover salad Wed. was as good as when I first served it Tues.!

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07/15/2012
Delish!

Really good salad - just as good if you omit the bacon. Also, I left out water chestnuts one time (forgot to get them at the store) - added about 2 Tbsp of sunflower seeds and it was just as good (in my opinion).

It's all good!
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06/01/2012
OMG!

I made this for a group we had at our vacation home for the weekend. I used turkey bacon, and cranberry/walnut salad topper. It was a huge hit!! We loved it!!

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05/20/2012
Anonymous
A healthier version of a classic

This is a decent substitute for the unhealthy deli salad version. The dressing is a bit bland so I think I will adjust my seasonings a bit next time and I like the suggestion to sprinkle on a few sunflower seeds. (I left out the water chestnuts bc I don't care for them). I will make this again.

Fast, easy, uses fresh veggies
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03/20/2012
Just OK

I usually love the broccoli salads in the deli but this recipe lacked flavor and taste. The bacon did not help. I will not make again.

healthy
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