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Judy’s Salad

May 25, 2012

I first enjoyed this salad  at a dinner party one of my best friends held.  When we first met, she could barely boil water.  Now, she not only has a sizeable collection of dependable recipes, she is also a member of a gourmet supper club. I’m proud of the culinary progress she’s made!

This recipe is one that is totally dependent upon the dressing – which can be purchased online.  The melding of the various tastes and textures of the salad make it a spectacular addition to any salad lover’s repertoire. It’s one of my favorites to serve at a more formal dinner.  Having said that, I wouldn’t hesitate to toss all ingredients together and serve buffet style.  Like the other salad recipes I’ve posted this month, it’s a real crowd pleaser!

Judy’s Salad

1 bag of spring mix salad greens

1 chopped Granny Smith apple

Stilton, bleu cheese – crumbled OR hard, sharp cheddar cheese – grated

Golden Raisins

Slivered almonds – toasted

Angel Pietro Shoyu Dressing – original home style

Divide salad mix in equal or desired portions on salad plates.  Garnish according to taste with green apple, cheese, golden raisins and toasted almonds.  Shake the bottle of dressing very well and lightly drizzle over each individual salad or to taste.

NOTE: The dressing cannot be easily found in grocery stores but can be ordered online.  I order several bottles at a time and store them unopened in the refrigerator to extend the shelf life.

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  1. June 22, 2012 3:43 am

    I am trying to move to a raw diet Medora so this recipe suits me. Also an older gal living on her own, I love recipes that are full of vitamins and enzymes that I don’t have to waste too much precious writing time on. So thank you – every success. Good website – full of energy.

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