Prep Time
10 Mins
Makes 8 to 10 servings

Top this versatile spinach-strawberry salad with poppyseed dressing and your choice of toppings such as chopped bacon, broccoli or onion.

How to Make It

Combine baby spinach and strawberries in a large bowl; toss with 1/2 cup Sesame-Poppy Seed Dressing just before serving. Serve with remaining dressing and desired toppings.

Ratings & Reviews

Kellye's Review

December 23, 2012
always a hit!

ktleyed's Review

April 12, 2012
Everyone loved this for Easter, I didn't add the pea pods, but the red onion and strawberry combination with the sweet dressing was delicious. Next time I'll add more bacon for with all the many tastes it got lost in the mix.

Becky54's Review

May 22, 2011

karenfar's Review

December 24, 2010
Made this for Christmas Eve. A very nice simple salad. The dressing is great. I added chopped bacon and sliced red onion. I was also going to add some crumbled blue cheese but forgot. It would be a nice addition.

Sheri3's Review

June 04, 2010
This is my favorite salad! Instead of the toppings listed I like to add avocado, feta cheese and pecans. I usually don't add dressing, but the Sesame Poppy Seed dressing works well with this combination too.

dawnk777's Review

April 04, 2010
Loved this salad! I took it to Easter dinner and my family raved about it! I got many compliments. Will definitely make again! The sesame-poppyseed dressing was good, too, but made a lot. I think next time I'll just make half a recipe of the dressing. Added sugar snap peas, broccoli, bacon and red onion. I also managed to toast the sesame seeds without burning them. Was served at Easter dinner with ham, sliced potatoes, and green bean casserole.

pelliew's Review

April 12, 2009
I added bacon and red onion.. fabulous!! Fast, easy and delicious.. can't beat that! We ate it this Easter and everybody liked it.

ilyssasky's Review

April 12, 2009
Everyone raved about this. The dressing was easy to make and absolutely delicious.