SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - I love this salad -- it is great as a side dish or hearty enough for the main course of a late light supper. Enjoy!
1/2 head of each iceberg lettuce, butter lettuce chopped or torn
4 oz. pepperoni, diced (if using sliced you'll have to eyeball it)
4oz. mortadella, diced
1/2 red onions, diced or thin sliced
1 oz. provolone, diced
2 to 3. Roma tomatoes, seeds removed sliced divided
1 cucumber seeded, sliced
1 oz. Gorgonzola, crumbled
1 oz. feta cheese, crumbled
1/2 oz. pepperoncini, chopped
1/2 teaspoon oregano
3 1/2 to 4 oz. good qualities Italian Red wine vinaigrette dressing. Divided
4 whole or sliced pepperoncini
Pitted black olives, as many as you like
Pitted green olives, as many as you like
Place the lettuce, pepperoni, mortadella, red onion, and provolone, half of the tomato slices, cucumbers, Gorgonzola, feta, chopped pepperoncini and oregano into a mixing bowl. Toss gently.
Add half of the dressing and toss again until fully incorporated.
Mound salad mixture on a chilled plate, getting as much height as possible.
Place the remaining tomatoes around the outside of the salad. Garnish with whole pepperoncini and olives and serve.
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