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Wonderful! I served this salad with a turkey dinner and it really complemented the meal. To my dismay I realized I did not have honey so I substituted honey mustard for the honey and the mustard and the dressing was delicious.
This salad is so versatile - I've served it with chicken, salmon and steak. Thanks!
I left out the dijon (I'm a finicky eater). Hope you don't mind. That said, it was absolutely delicious, and I will definately make this again. Thanks!
Loved the combination and had to try this. BF said it was Fantastic, I didn't think the flavor of everything came through. Neither one of us cared for the dressing given. Did try it but found it a little bland. I'd love to try this with a raspberry vinaigrette or something with a bit more zip. Though I was using cheap balsamic! Thanks for the idea!
Very good. When I tasted the dressing alone, I thought it was a little bit too sweet, but once I combined it with the bitter greens the combination was perfectly balanced and delicious. Thank you.
This is a fantastic salad. I have now made this on 3 seperate occasions and have received rave reviews. My DH now requests I make this salad for all of our dinner parties. The dressing is fabulous. I did substitute the walnuts with almonds, but thats just our preference. I also added green onion and green pepper. Make this one - you wont be disappointed!
I chose this recipe because of it's ease and my last minute nature -- I brought it to a function and had so many compliments and people asking me for the recipe. I had to laugh because I used the recipe sifter to sort based on several things, the main thing was prep time. I'm making it again for another function tomorrow ... last minute of course!! :D Thanks so much for posting this recipe. People think I've got some domestic skills now. This was a huge HUGE hit.
Fantastic salad. I used a bottled raspberry and pomegranate vinaigrette because I was in a hurry, and it was a quick and elegant salad.
Delicious and totally enjoyed! I used craisins instead of the cranberries.