Loved this salad! It is refreshing and surprisingly hearty and filling. I did halve the recipe with good results and used dried cherries- can't wait to try it with fresh cherries. The dressing was just enough and merely coats the other components of the salad so nothing is swimming in dressing. The only change I made was to toast the quinoa after rinsing. Thank you Annisette for sharing the recipe.
This was absolutely amazingly good. I had a ton of fresh cherries that I didn't know what to do with, and I'm so glad that I found this recipe! I also used some dried cherries to add a bit more texture and sweetness. Fantastic!
I really liked this salad and will use the dressing for other salads. We could not get fresh cherries this month, but the dry cherries worked very well.
I really liked this! I subbed out some chives for the onion and left out the garlic. In the end, I added 1 little packet of stevia and WOW did that really bring it all together! Thanks for a fun salad!
The salad itself i liked but the dressing in my opinion would have killed it. Luckily i tested it before adding. I thought this came out quite well just mixed with the yogurt and lemon juice.
This was my first tast of Quinoa and I thought I might be grossed out but it was quite good! I loved the tartness of the cherries and the crunch of the almonds. This was good as is but I also might try all the ingredients minus the quinoa over salad greens next time. Thanks for ther recipe Annisette
I can't rate this as I only used some of the recipe. I made the dressing to go with quinoa, spinach & cherry tomatoes. The dressing is excellent and we will certainly make it again! Thanks.
What a gorgeous salad, Annisette. Add the cherries just before serving and it won't stain all the other ingredients. We both loved the combination of ingredients. Unique and luscious and healthy.
Though we like all the ingredients separately we did not enjoy the combination as a salad. Sorry.