Tequillaberry’s Salad

This salad is AHmazing! Full of cruciferous vegetables, which are cancer-protective. No artificial flavors or junk ingredients, like soybean oil mayo. It’s also so easy to make that it is now part of our regular weekly rotation!

This salad is a copycat recipe from a popular Minneapolis restaurant. Of course, I made it a much healthier version. Tequillaberry’s Salad is a potluck favorite here in these parts!

Let me tell you, once you have tried it you will want to make this part of your regular routine too. This salad needs to be made and served immediately, you will not have any leftovers. It’s AHmazing! Full of cruciferous vegetables, which are cancer-protective. No artificial flavors or junk ingredients, like soybean oil mayo. It’s also so easy to make that it is now part of our regular weekly rotation! 

Tequillaberry’s Salad

Tequillaberry’s Salad

This salad is AHmazing! Full of cruciferous vegetables, which are cancer-protective. No artificial flavors or junk ingredients, like soybean oil mayo. It’s also so easy to make that it is now part of our regular weekly rotation! 

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. Cook bacon and break it into crumbles, set aside.
    2. Chop lettuce and cauliflower in a large mixing bowlI use this handy tool to make the chopping super easy.

    3. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together mayo, vinegar, sugar, and salt.
    4. Pour dressing over lettuce.
    5. Toss in shredded cheddar, bacon bits, and black pepper.
    6. Serve immediately, it will last only about 2 days in the fridge.

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4 Replies to “Tequillaberry’s Salad”

  1. Not a fan of cauliflower, I could see substituting broccoli. Add some craisins, maybe some cashews…..I know, it’s not the same, but thinking out loud! Thanks for sharing!

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