Pie Salad

This is one of those “salads” that prominently feature mayonnaise.  If that grosses you out, you probably want to stop reading now.  But I will warn you – it grosses me out a little bit too, but this is oh-so-delicious that I just don’t give a damn.

So, you start with a basic pie crust and bake it like you are going to make a pudding pie – just the empty crust in a pie dish.  (Remember to poke it a few times with a fork so it doesn’t get all bubbly.)  I cheated and used a pre-made one.

After the pie crust cools, layer a few lettuce leaves over it.  I used some from my garden – whoo hoo!  Next, mix about 1 cup of mayo with a teaspoon of seasoned salt.  Put half of this over the lettuce.  Add some frozen peas, shredded cheddar cheese (about a cup of each) and 1/4 cup of green onions.  You can also add some water chestnuts.  Next up is the rest of the mayo followed by 3 hard-boiled eggs (sliced), a cucumber or tomato (or both, you know… whatever!), and some crumbled up bacon – I used about half a pound, but you could get away with less and it would still be pretty bacon-y.  Eat it. Yum.  Or let it sit in the fridge for a few hours – it’s good either way.  After eating it, you should probably go for a walk or something.


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