I served this with our family Christmas dinner and everyone loved it. It was very simple to make. The dressing has a slightly sweet oily taste and is very good. The dressing coated the salad perfectly, not too much and not too little. I did add some cherry tomatoes and cucumbers to the salad. We'll definitely use this recipe again.
This is pretty good! Nice combination of flavors! Next time I'll probably reduce the syrup and increase the vinegar because I would like it to be a little more sweet and sour than just sweet. Thanks for the great recipe Raspberry Cordial!
Wonderful! I actually had all the ingredients minus the pine nuts. I subbed slivered almonds that I toasted on the stove in some butter. Dressing is great and goes very well with the feta cheese!
Lovely. I skipped the pine nuts (didn't have any). A sweet dressing but the feta matches it perfectly.
I love this recipe! I made this over the holidays for my family, who are not salad eaters, and they enjoyed it so much they asked for the recipe. I made the recipe exactly as stated. I was a little leery of the maple syrup that is called for in the dressing but it turned out to be perfect. Thanks for sharing.
Great tasting and festive looking salad for the holidays.
We made these as individual salads as my kids can be a bit picky but it was a hit. I loved the feta, pecans and cranberries together.
This is a lovely salad, I made it for our Christmas barbecue 2008. The dressing got lots of comments and it was enjoyed by all. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, RaspberryCordial, for such a festive, yummy recipe! We had it with our Christmas Eve dinner, and it was perfect. I think the pine nuts would be even better toasted ahead of time, but I used them just plain and they were fine. I'm sure this would be terrific any time of year, but it was perfect for Christmas with its red cranberries and green greens.
Very good. I toasted the pine nuts and added more cranberries, pine nuts and feta cheese than the recipe calls for. It's a keeper!!