This recipe is from Gooseberry Patch's 101 Hearty Recipes. It was submitted by Diana Krol. This sounds like a festive salad that will make a tasty and pretty presentation. I think I will use chipotle ranch dressing when I make this one.
Strawberry season is upon us on California, and we are lucky enough to live in an area where Usegi farms does all of their growing and selling directly from the field. This is one of my most easy and favorite ways to serve these beauties! COOKS NOTES: I also sub sour cream for the creme fraiche.
Please note: this is an adopted recipe and I hope to make it soonest. If you make it before I do, I would appreciate feedback, Thanks ! ZWT REGION: France.
I don't really remember where I got this recipe; off the internet somewhere, I'm sure. This tasty little salad is just the thing to cool you off in the summer; very refreshing, and so quick and easy. Just remember if you're sensitive to cucumbers (I am) try to use the "burpless" varieties.
From the Biggest Loser Dessert Cookbook. This recipe serves one but would be easy to increase. Aged balsamic would give the best flavor to this dish.
Cooking and preparation time do not include the 30 minute refrigeration time.
The dressing is not that difficult to make.That's pretty much all there is to making the KFC coleslaw recipe.
It is one of the easier ones to make, but still very delicious and handy to whip up to impress at BBQ's and pot luck dinners.
This is a simple recipe but big on flavor and it even tastes better if left in the fridge a few hours to blend the flavors so I suggest to do that --- it's wonderful with a slice of tomato on top of the tuna and served between two thick slices of toasted whole grain bread or in a pita bread or served on a plate on top of a bed of lettuce --- I sometimes add in some chopped small sweet gherkin pickles or yum yum pickles also --- feel free to add in some cooked macaroni pasta and serve on a plate --- please only fresh lemon juice for this bottled is just not the same, I have left the mustard powder and Tabasco as optional I most always add it in it takes this salad to another level :)