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Delicious! Loved the combination of ingredients. I feared it would be a bit sour, but it wasn't at all. I used the pine nuts, skipped the dill (not a dill fan), and substituted fresh chopped parsley. Did I mention it's a very attractive salad? Thanks, evelyn.
I was looking for a salad for the Thanksgiving meal, something to provide a counter point to the flavors of Thanksgiving, and this was it. I substitued mixed greens for watercress and arugula due to availability in my grocery. I definitely will be making this salad again, but believe I would cut the apples slices into more managable bite size pieces, probably in half. Thanks for posing this recipe.
I really liked this recipe as an alternative sort of greek salad. I omitted the dill and used arugula and mixed baby greens. I served it to guests with some chicken kebobs, greek roasted potatoes (#139865 - the best!), and tsatsiki (#157176 - so good!). The dressing is so delectable that my hubby requested we keep a jar in the fridge. The sugar makes it nice and smooth. We've been using it on salads all week. Thank you :)
For the most part I liked this recipe. I didn't exactly follow it to the "T" (I nearly forgot to add the apples!). Despite the fact that I love onions, I thought that the amount provided too strong a flavor and overpowered the other ingredients. The variety of textures was great. I live in a rural area and couldn't find arugula and watercress so I subbed baby spinach and a package of "spring mix" for the greens. Loved the dressing- very tasty ( added a bit more mustard, vinegar, and added lemon juice and a dash of fresh ground pepper). Creates a beautiful presentation.
Served this salad to my Gourmet Group and they loved it.
This was great, I liked the flavour of the apples and feta together and also the pine nuts..yum. Thanks for sharing.