Monday, August 13, 2012

Hungry Girl's In-N-Outrageous Animal-Style Salad

Arizona has been under an excessive heat advisory so the idea of cooking is pretty far from my mind these days. I did put together an awesome salad that Tom even liked based on the In n' Out Animal style menu items. This recipe is from Hungry Girl and is actually a single serving so I had to double it!

Hungry Girl Recipe

ingredients
You need some romaine, a veggie burger, thousand island dressing, dill pickles, cheese, onion, mustard and tomatoes.

onions and tomatoes chopped
Chop up your onion and tomato.

pickles
Chop up your pickle.

salad almost ready
Get the lettuce, tomato and pickle down on the plate.

onion
Cook the onion over medium high heat until almost browned.

delicious bowl of onions
Then get it out of there!

burger patties
Fry up your burger patties in the same pan. If you don't want to use fake burgers try a chicken or turkey burger instead.

fake burgers
Once the burgers are cooked through get them out to a cutting board.

burger in with onions
Chop the burger and get it in the bowl with the onions, stir in the mustard. Top the salad with the burger, cheese and your thousand island dressing and you are ready to eat.

In-N-Outrageous Animal-Style Salad

Tom and I both loved this salad, it was filling and had so many flavors and textures going on. I will definitely be making this one again soon.

14 comments:

  1. You had me at pickle! Except I'll leave the onions off. :D

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  2. Ooh this looks great and I love the classic burger flavors in it. I will try it soon!

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  3. What a gorgeous salaf my friend :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  4. Can't go wrong with Hungry Girl! That looks really yummy!

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  5. This looks great! Another friend does a hamburger salad very similar to this. My hubs would eat this minus the thousand island...lol!

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  6. How amazing! In n Out and Hungry Girl together? Too fabulous!

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  7. It looks wonderful! I love animal style In-n-Out burgers!

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  8. I love Hungry Girl recipes, but never have heard of this one! That sounds really good!

    Jane
    http://thehealthybeehive.com

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  9. This is a salad that is full of flavor. I am so happy that Tom ate this with you. I hope he is beginning to see all that he has been missing!
    Have a beautiful day. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  10. You make dinner seem like fun, what a unique salad!

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  11. This looks like such an awesome salad! The only salad I have ever made was...romaine. That is all. So sad but true.

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  12. We love In-N-Out burgers and always with animal style. Never thought of making that into salad! Haha great idea! :D

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  13. YOUR hubby ate fake meat?! I'm impressed! It must be the week for hamburger salads, eh? :)

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