Sprinkle Salad

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This is one of my favorite salads.  It is so pretty – mainly because you don’t toss it – you sprinkle the items one layer at a time.  It reminds me of the children’s book, The Napping House.

Sprinkle Salad

Sprinkle Salad
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  1. (No amounts are given - place the amount that you like of each ingredient)
  2. Romaine, chopped
  3. Kale, chopped
  4. Purple Cabbage, shredded
  5. Tomato (I prefer heirloom), cut in wedges.
  6. Avocado, chopped
  7. Cut Strawberries or a few Dried Cranberries
  8. Slivered Almonds
  1. Place a layer of the romaine lettuce.
  2. Sprinkle the kale on top of the lettuce. (Chop kale, place in a bowl with a little olive oil and massage for several minutes. This will break the kale down to where it is tender)
  3. Sprinkle the purple cabbage on top of the kale.
  4. Sprinkle the tomatoes on top of the purple cabbage.
  5. Sprinkle the avocado on top of the tomatoes.
  6. Sprinkle the cranberries on top of the avocado.
  7. Sprinkle the almonds on top of the cranberries.
  8. Serve with dressing of your choice and season as desired.
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