I just love that chopped salad and they easily accommodate different eating styles. Recreating the Portillo’s chopped salad has been on my to do list for a long time. Garbage Salad (Small) Serves 8-10. If you’ve never had this salad at Portillos, one of the main reasons why I love it is because it has a mix of textures and flavors that make it so much more interesting than just lettuce. It doesn't bother me that when I go in with other people we all get separate tickets. I ask for no bacon and no chicken on my salad and I get it perfect every time. Portillo’s is a Chicagoland staple and you can almost always guarantee the drive-thru is wrapped around the corner but let me tell you it’s worth the wait! June 22, 2020 eats, mains, sides 1. Chopped Salad (Large) Iceberg and romaine lettuces tossed with chunks of chicken, gorgonzola cheese, tomatoes, red cabbage, pasta, bacon, green onions and House Dressing. I was looking for a Portillo’s chopped salad recipe – it’s literally all I ever get from that restaurant. Serves 16-20. I love Portillos. This salad starts with Tuscan Spring mix and chopped romaine lettuce, topped with fresh strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, toasted almonds, grilled chicken breast, and is mixed with a creamy, light Raspberry Vinaigrette. !” I don’t know what I was waiting for, because it was so simple and in my humble opinion, way better than the original. $55.85: Cater. Every time I’d grab one to go, I’d think, “why am I not making this at home? Thank you so much for posting this! copycat portillo’s chopped salad. Thank You: Portillos Chopped Salad : christine south bend IN - 1-27-2012: 12: Recipe(tried): Portillo's Chopped Salad Dressing (copycat recipe) Kristen Illinois - 4-7-2012: Random Recipes from: Salads - Salad Dressings. What makes this salad a real stand out is the Ditalini noodles. Portillo’s Chopped Salad. I am from the midwest where hot dogs and Italian beef are king. The Chopped Salad has been the most popular salad on our menu since the mid-1990's! I was beyond pleased with the end product, though I used a store-bought Italian dressing and added some hard-boiled egg bits.