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Layered Lettuce Salad Recipe

1 head
1 cup
1 – 3 ounce can
1 large
1 – 12 ounce box
1 medium
2 cups
2 tablespoon
1/4 cup
1/4 pound
iceberg lettuce
celery, sliced
water chestnuts, drained
green bell pepper, chopped
frozen peas, thawed
onion, sliced
mayonnaise
sugar
Parmesan cheese, grated
bacon, cooked crisp & crumbled

Recipe Pan Type: glass salad bowl


Lettuce Salad Directions

Cut or tear lettuce into bite size pieces and place into a large glass salad bowl.
Make layers in the following order.
Sliced celery, drained water chestnuts, chopped green pepper, thawed peas, and sliced onion ringed.
Spread the mayonnaise on the top.
Sprinkle layered lettuce salad with the sugar and cheese.
Cover lettuce salad and refrigerate overnight.
Sprinkle top of layered salad with the bacon just before serving.

Recipe Serves: 8 – 12


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