Leftover garden salad (lettuce, spinach, tomatos, cucumbers, whatever)
2 slices of Turkey
Handful of Pringles (or other potato chip)
Shredded Cheese (cheddar and parmesian recommended)
Asian and Italian Salad Dressings
One can of soda (your choice)
Chop the salad into small pieces (hold clumps between forefinger and thumb and draw small knife backwards across). Chop the turkey in the same manner. Add in handfuls of raisins, shredded cheese. Pour or spoon salsa on the top. Crush Pringles over the top. Mix. Drizzle salad dressing across top. Mix again. Add more dressing if necessary.
This was inspired by left-over salad from the fridge, the idea of nachos and other stuff I grabbing from the fridge and cupboard. It is really tasty, offering the mouth a lot of different flavors that really work well together. It also offers a lot of different textures, which is fun. I did find that I needed the soda because there was a really kick that made my eyes water in a good way.
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