5 oz (142g) Broccoli 1 Red Onion 5 oz (142g) Coleslaw 1/4 Cup Sunflower Seeds 4 oz (113g) Turkey Bacon 1 Cup Onion Salad Dressing PREPARATIONS: 1- Dice the onion. 2- Cut the broccoli in smaller size. DIRECTIONS: 1- Preheat oven to 350º F (177º C), bake the turkey bacon for 15 minutes. 2- Remove the bacons from oven and place on a napkin to suck the excessive oil out. 3- Set the turkey bacons aside to cool down. 4- Cut/crumble the turkey bacons as preferred. 5- Combine turkey bacons, broccoli, red onions, coleslaw, and sunflower seeds in a large bowl. 6- Add a cup of onion salad dressing and stir thoroughly until all the ingredients are mixed.
BROCCOLI SALAD CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Broccoli Salad is a good choice for those who like a bowl of healthy and delicious salad and don't want to compromise the taste of bacon. When there's a talk about healthy eating habit, broccoli's name comes up almost every time. Broccoli contains very high amounts of vitamin K and vitamin C. One thing that broccoli is highly credited with its ability to (may) prevent cancer. Broccoli's high amounts of vitamin K is believed to be effective against cancer. Broccoli has anti-inflammatory and detoxication cardiovascular support benefits. There's almost no doubt about broccoli's prevention benefits on cancer but it has always been debated over how much of it. Some think that by including broccoli into you daily diet, chances of cancer may decrease drastically, as drastic as 70 percent. One serving (3.5 oz 100g) of broccoli salad has 103 calories (48 calories from fat). A Serving of it contains 5.3g total fat (0.6g saturated fat), 15mg cholesterol, 278mg sodium, 176mg potassium, 7.9g total carbohydrates (1.3g dietary fiber) and 5.9g protein. Broccoli salad contains very high amounts of vitamin B6 and vitamin C.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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