|Place of origin||United States|
|Region or state||Michigan|
|Main ingredients||Salad greens, dried cherries or cranberries, blue cheese, vinaigrette; sometimes walnuts or pecans|
A Michigan salad is a type of green salad popular at restaurants in the Detroit area and other parts of Michigan. It is typically topped with dried cherries, blue cheese, and a vinaigrette dressing. Some recipes use dried cranberries instead of cherries, add other kinds of fruit such as apple or mandarin orange, omit or substitute the blue cheese, and/or add walnuts or pecans.
- Fisher, Theresa (February 17, 2015). "Here's What Salad Looks Like Across America". Mic. Retrieved August 25, 2018.
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