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Marinated Mushroom Salad Recipe

1 cup
1/3 cup
1 teaspoon
1/2 teaspoon
1/8 teaspoon
1/3 teaspoon
1 pound
1 small can
1/2 pound
4
olive oil
fresh lemon juice
Worcestershire sauce
salt
ground black pepper
dried mustard
large white mushrooms
black ripe olives, pitted, drained
bacon, crisp
green onions, sliced

Recipe Pan Type: medium size salad bowl


Mushroom Salad Directions

In a medium size bowl combine the olive oil, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, salt, ground black pepper and dried mustard.
Whip with a wire whisk.
Wash and quarter the mushrooms and drain well.
Place drained mushrooms and drained black olives into a large serving salad bowl.

Cook bacon until crisp, crumble and add to mushrooms.
Slice the green onions thin and then toss with mushrooms and bacon pieces.

Pour dressing over mushrooms.

Cover the marinated mushroom salad and refrigerate for 4 hours or longer. Stir mixture occasionally to coat the mushrooms.

To serve, drain marinade and spoon mushroom mixture onto a piece of red leaf lettuce. Serve mushroom salad on salad plates. Garnish marinated mushroom salad with fresh grated parmesan cheese for an added touch.

Recipe Serves: about 6


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