The Ultimate Fruit, Cheese & Nut Salad1

Okay, maybe those are only the parties I’ve been to. Whomp whomp.
Still, it just might time and energy to step it up a notch with an outrageously very good salad packed with fresh fruit, bright greens, toasty nuts along with a to die for balsamic dressing. Wouldn’t you agree?
This salad was based off a recipe we enjoyed while we were back Pensacola, Florida last November. We halted by SoGourmet after a wines and cheese tasting and the chef happy us along with his well-known SoChopped salad. At that point I felt as though I might in fact burst, but decided that a few bites from the salad was required to be both appreciative and elegant. In the end, he do make it for us.
5 minutes later the entire salad was completely GONE. Tony and I actually forked our way through a giant bowlful with zero regrets. Between bites we held asking each other, How is this salad So excellent?”
I thought probably we were inside a delirious meals coma. I mean, could a salad really be THAT good?
I wouldn’t know for certain until we managed to get back home and I attemptedto recreate the salad myself.
Turns out We wasn’t crazy. The salad amazed us with joy and flavor the second time we loved it too, therefore of course I had developed to dub with the ultimate fruit, cheese and nut salad name. Because.
Wanna know what else this salad can be? Versatile.
Check it out with peach and blueberries. Or perhaps juicy strawberries. Add in just a little avocado if that’s your issue. Switch in the nut products to almonds or pecans.
The Ultimate Fruits, Mozzarella cheese & Nut Salad
Prep period:
10 mins
Total period:
10 mins
For the salad:
5 oz organic baby spinach or planting season greens (about 1 bundle)
2 small organic apples, cut into thin slices
1 cup grapes, sliced up lengthwise
1/4 cup crumbled feta
In a small bowl, whisk essential olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic and dijon mustard jointly until clean and well combined.
In a big dish, toss lettuce, apples and grapes together. Pour dressing over the fruit and lettuce and toss again to combine. Top salad with feta crumbles and toasted walnuts. Serve instantly. Salad acts 4.
This salad is best enjoyed right after it is made. If you’re bringing it to a celebration, I recommend waiting around to add in the dressing, nuts and feta until before you serve it.