Warm Bistro Salad with Feta

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This salad is anything but boring. Make this hearty, flavorful salad as a main dish and you won't need to worry about cooking any side dishes.
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Salad made with lettuce, hard boiled eggs, potatoes, feta cheese, and bacon on a serving dish.

I go through phases feeling like I need to eat more salads and veggies. If they aren’t very interesting or flavorful—which requires effort!—I’m often just not that into it. And, especially when I’m making a big main dish, there’s sometimes no effort left to do something exciting with lettuce or a vegetable on the side. So, that’s why I’m sharing this new super tasty bistro salad recipe that is hearty enough to be served for dinner.

Put all your energy into this one dish and you don’t have to worry about making a separate veggie side to go with it! The perfect mid-week pick-me-up that can even be modified for any vegetarians in the house.

What is a Bistro Salad?

Simply put, a bistro salad is a combination of lettuce, bacon, soft-boiled eggs, and topped with a tangy dressing. I took it a step further to include potatoes and some feta cheese to make for one hardy dinner salad.

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This salad is so tasty! I had it two night in a row because it was so good!
– Cindy G.

Can I Meal Prep This Bistro Salad?

I’ve created this particular bistro salad to be served warm!

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  1. This salad is so tasty! I had it two night in a row because it was so good! I thought it looked like there was not enough dressing but it was perfect!

  2. This was really good, Lisa! I will definitely be making this again. One question regading the recipe directions: Is there any reason why the mushrooms/onions couldn’t roast along with the potatoes after the bacon is removed?