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Start by making the salad. Slice your apples in half, then remove the core. You can then separate the apple into smaller chunks and slice it into an even thickness. Next, you can cut your bacon slices in half. Then, slice your cheese. Then, if you don’t have a cheese slicer you can cut the cheese with a sharp knife. Put your salad greens into a salad bowl. Next, add your bacon pieces. Then, add the apple. Then, add the cheese. Finally, add the bacon. Serve and enjoy!
Gather all of your ingredients. Start by slicing the mushrooms and lettuce. Next, cut the bacon into bite-sized pieces. Mix together the bacon, tomatoes, and blue cheese. Now it’s time to assemble your dish. On a serving plate, lay the lettuce. Top it with the bacon and mushroom mixture. Sprinkle the bacon with a little salt and pepper. Next, add the tomatoes on top of the lettuce. Top them off with the blue cheese. To serve, arrange the salad in a bowl, place it on a serving plate, and top it with the cheese. Garnish with the bacon bits.
Apple Pecan Salad, some versions are available with sliced apples and mayonnaise or honey. The salad is usually on the menu of most Wendy’s restaurants. Each serving contains 1,240 calories, 63 g of total fat, 6 g of saturated fat, and 1,145 mg of sodium. A serving of apple pecan salad is about a third of the recommended daily intake of fiber, 35% of the recommended daily intake of vitamins A and C, and 25% of the recommended daily intake of iron.
1 large bag of shredded cabbage (this can be a mix of green and red cabbage) 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup olive oil 1/4 cup chopped shallot 1/4 cup chopped garlic 1 tsp dry mustard 1/4 tsp dried thyme 3/4 cup pecan halves 2 large green apples (cut into 1/4 inch slices)
what can you get from wendy’s
this wendy’s gives you over 2.4 times the daily calcium that the recommended daily amount. the average adult needs 1200mg of calcium a day. this is in small pieces, like beads. the top of the pineapple ring is a small, chewy, rich source of potassium. the vitamin c in the pineapple actually has a lot of benefits. it helps the body absorb iron, and it may also reduce your risk of getting certain types of cancer. the top of the nectarine has 80% of the day’s recommended daily allowance of vitamin a. the iron in the mango is a rich source of the antioxidant boron. it can help reduce your risk of many different health problems, including cancer.
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