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Outback Steakhouse Blue Cheese Chopped Salad

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recipe is ready in under 30 minutes time: under 30 minutes

serves/makes:   4


recipe id: 61016

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1 head romaine lettuce
4 heads iceberg lettuce
1 pound shredded carrot
1 pound shredded red cabbage
3 ounces chopped chives
5 ounces angel hair pasta (fried and broken)
5 ounces blue cheese chopped in squares
5 ounces balsamic vinegar
3 ounces caramelized candied pecans


Chop lettuce in 1/2-inch squares. Mix lettuce with the carrot, cabbage, pecans and vinegar. Add the angel hair pasta, blue cheese and chives. Serve in a chilled bowl.

Serving Suggestion: Top with sliced grilled chicken breast.


580 calories, 28 grams fat, 67 grams carbohydrates, 25 grams protein per serving.
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There is an error (has to be) in the amount of lettuce. I used one head romain and one head iceberg and that was more than enough for four people. I had no problem finding the candied pecans because my grocery store has a big selection of gourmet nuts and dried fruit. Don't skip them (make your own if you have to) as they really make the whole salad complete.

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Sep 13, 2009

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When you order this salad at Outback, ask for a side of salad dressing. The "vinegar only" recipe for the dressing given here is only pne of 5+ ingredients in this fabuoiuls salad dressing! Try Emerald candied pecans - great.

Guest at
Mar 17, 2009

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This recipe is OK. 4 heads of iceburg for 4 servings. Man, that is a lot of letuce per salad. I used 1 head and it was plenty. The salad was average.

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This recipe is FANTASTIC it has become a family favorite!! Every bit as good as Outback's..... and very simple. Cant find candied pecans? We tried poppycock instead.... turned out great!

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