spinach salad from the SS Princess Louise

Spinach Salad From The Ss Princess Louise Recipe

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Lynnda Cloutier


This recipe comes from the famous floating restaurant, the SS Princess Louise.I sometimes add sliced mushrooms to this salad.


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    one egg
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    1 tablespoon grated parmesan cheese
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    1/2 teaspoons salt
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    dash white pepper
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    2 tablespoons dijon mustard
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    3 tablespoons lemon juice
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    1 teaspoon worcestershire
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    1 teaspoon sugar
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    1/4 cup oil
  • SALAD:

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    two bunches spinach, small leaves preferred
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    two hard cooked eggs, finely chopped
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    six slices bacon, cooked and crumbled

How to Make spinach salad from the SS Princess Louise


  1. beat together egg, cheese, salt, white pepper, mustard, lemon juice, Worcestershire and sugar until well blended. Add oil and beat thoroughly. If not to be used immediately, cover dressing and refrigerate
  2. . Wash spinach thoroughly. Tear off stems, discard stems and drain leaves thoroughly. Then dry on paper towels. Place spinach in salad bowl. Sprinkle with egg and bacon. Add dressing, toss lightly, but thoroughly.

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Course/Dish: Lettuce Salads

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