I made this without the walnuts and cooked it in foil in the oven for 20 minutes at 350. The balance was good, and I think I only give it 4 stars because I still don't like beets :) Just not quite stellar to me.
Fresh and light, but a little boring.
Unfortunately, I did not have any walnuts for this recipe so I can't really rate it as written. Having said that, what could go wrong when you combine beets and blue cheese. Two of my favorite ingredients combine to make *WOW*. I might never have put these 2 things toghether if it were not for this recipe. I am so glad I did!!! Try this one......Thanks for the great recipe!
I would rate a 5 and hubby a 3, so we met in the middle at a 4. Super quick salad. Didn't have any walnuts on hand, so used slivered almonds which tasted great!
This was very good.
Simple ingredients and simple preparation make this recipe a hit for me. Not only is this delicious and affordable, it has many good health benefits from the nuts, beets, and cheese. Everything in moderation of course. I added the toasted walnuts while they were hot and it made the cheese drizzly and yummy. Adding the hot walnuts does dull the color of the beets, but still tastes wonderful. Thanks Miller, and I am sure you have the angles laughing so hard their sides hurt.
Wonderful salad! I had some sad old beets hanging around the fridge (they last forever) and had nearly given up hope of finding a recipe that would make them "fresh" again but this one has a lot of zip and it's so easy too. I also upped the amount of blue cheese. Make sure to add it at the last moment or your blue cheese turns pink! Made a great side to fish.
Excellent! A delicious and easy way to dress up beets. I toasted the walnuts in a skillet on the stove top but wound up using only 1/2 the nuts and doubling the blue cheese. Another great recipe by Miller®™