Sharon's sink salad

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
1 \N Head lettuce, or more
2 mediums Carrots, peeled and grated
4 \N Stalks celery, sliced
4 \N To 5 green onions, chopped
2 cups Purple/red cabbage, sliced thin
1½ cup Frozen peas, not thawed, just throw them in
½ medium Daikon, cubed (OR bunch of radishes, sliced)
1 \N Green pepper, diced
1 \N Yellow pepper, diced
1 \N Orange pepper, diced
1 \N Red pepper, diced

OR... 2 cups worth of assorted colors (we LIKE peppers..) 8-} ½ cucumber (if desired) peeled and seeded handful of fresh bean sprouts, chopped in half or thirds Clean sink. 8-} Fill ½ way to top with cold water. Tear lettuce up and throw in. Chop the rest of the ingredients and throw in. Let sit in sink for an hour or two. Drain and serve. Makes about 1-½ large ziploc bags full... Will keep for up to 5 days.

When serving, that's when I add any tomatoes or mushrooms. Just slice them and serve them on the side. If served with croutons and bacon bits, it can be a meal in itself... 8-} **MY NOTES** I take handfuls out and let it sit in the colander draining and then pack it away in large ziploc bags. Makes about 1½ ziploc bags full... Great if you are having company over...and makes a great lunch all by itself.... Just add some canned salmon, tuna, or sprinkle with fresh shrimp... YUM!! 8-} Origin: Sharon Stevens Shared by: Sharon Stevens

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