5 Reviews

Very nice recipe. I had the ingredients and it's a bunch of stuff that I love so wanted to try this one. The only changes that I made were that I had sweet onion instead of red onion and did not have fresh parsley on hand but did have fresh cilantro. I enjoyed this and from other reviews made sure to marinate it overnight. I found it to be even better a couple of days later but by then the cranberries had discolored the hearts of palm so if it is for company it's not as presentable. I will double up on the onion next time because I thought the crunch and flavor was great. Thanks for posting, Boca Pat, this is very good.

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Garlic Chick March 30, 2013

Good salad. We left out the cranberries (personal preference). Hearts of palm are yummy and always a welcome addition to a salad.

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Maito November 01, 2014

Very easy and very good! I used dried whole cherries because I prefer the slightly tart fruit to the sweeter one. It is important to make this overnight. Next time I will make a bit more of the dressing.

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour December 19, 2010

This is really great! Chilling is very important.

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Sherri Leyendecker March 29, 2006

OMG! I cannot believe that I never rated this. I serve this salad when I have company over. Everyone is always impressed and never any left over. I highly recommend this to anyone. Remember to chill this for a few hours before serving. Thanks Boca Pat !

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Valerie in Florida November 21, 2005
Artichoke and Hearts of Palm Salad