La Scala’s Famous Chopped Salad Made Skinny

La Scala’s Famous Chopped Salad Made Skinny

Jean Leon opened La Scala in Beverly Hills in 1956.  The restaurant is revered for its Original Chopped Salad. Considered by many to be L.A’s definitive chopped. Their salad is wonderful in its simplicity-iceberg and romaine, mozzarella, Genoa salami, garbanzos, all finely chopped, tossed in vinaigrette and topped with 1 Kalamata olive.  It’s available with many different customizations such as adding turkey, tuna or chicken. I’m adding turkey to my recipe and making it skinnier by using only romaine lettuce, including chopped tomatoes, reduced-fat salami, light cheese and dressing.  The skinny for 1 main course salad, 298 calories, 11 grams of fat and 7 Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS. This salad is sensational! After a few forkfuls, I’m sure you’ll agree, this is a salad you could eat almost every day!

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