|Amish Cooking For Kids|
|by Phillis Pellman Good|
What better way to enjoy time with one's children than through cooking--a time-honored Amish way of celebrating family and food.
Results 1 - 10 of 116 for spinach cucumber salad
Add wine vinegar ... the lettuce or spinach leaves, tearing them ... large seeds from cucumber. Chop the ... with the other salad ingredients. Serve this ... well in this salad.
DRESSING: Whisk together ... small non-reactive bowl. SALAD: Combine spinach, cucumber, uncooked corn, ... Add dressing and toss to coat. Makes 4 servings.
In a jar mix first 6 ingredients. Pour dressing over spinach and cucumbers.
In large salad bowl, mix oil, vinegar, sugar, mustard, salt and pepper. Add spinach, cucumbers and eggs. Toss lightly and serve. Serves 4-6.
Mix yogurt, oil, lemon juice and salt and pepper in salad bowl. Just before serving, add remaining ingredients and toss to coat with dressing. Serves 4.
In a 2 quart salad bowl, layer all ... bacon and dressing; top with bacon. Add dressing; cover and chill. Makes about 6 servings 170 calories per serving.
Remove and discard spinach stems. Rinse leaves ... arrange evenly in salad bowl. Evenly layer cucumber slices, radish, green ... with bacon and peanuts.
Using a large glass bowl, layer the salad as follows: In ... 1/3 of the spinach, cabbage, mushrooms, walnuts, cucumbers (on the edge ... overnight for best results.
Into a small ... and discard tough spinach stems; break leaves ... Place in a salad bowl, add onion and cucumber and mix. Arrange ... gently. 4 to 6 servings.
Arrange greens and ... tastefully on platter or in bowl. Put eggs, tuna, and olives on top. Mix lemon juice, oil, and spices and sugar and sprinkle over salad.
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