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We loved the salad but the dressing was too spicy for me...

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CIndytc July 26, 2010

This turned out wonderful. I've been searching out different salad recipes to enjoy with the local fish we can get here and this will be one we make again and again. It was really simple and the blackened tilapia we had with it was perfect! I wasn't sure how my family would enjoy the dressing because they are not big honey-mustard fans, but my DH was asking for more! I used white wine vinegar instead of the balsamic but otherwise made no substitutions. Thanks for posting!

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Sugarmagnolia_fl April 15, 2007

Added cayenne to sweet onion mustard. A little too much cayenne resulted in a HOT dressing. Otherwise, the combination was delicious.

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croust February 08, 2007

Tasty. I used white balsamic in this salad and will probably used pineapple juice instead of water next time, as suggested by sugarpea. I used Braeburn apples, as that is what I had in the house; next time I'll probably use an apple that is a bit more mild in taste.

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WendyinGermany April 05, 2006

Very easy, healthy and best of all really tasty.

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hotchild February 25, 2006

Great taste. Only change I'd like to make next time is to use white balsamic if I can find some quality vinegar. Didn't care for what the regular balsamic did to the appearance of this salad. Updated to say that clear balsamic, pineapple juice to replace the water and wasabi mustard made a terrific dressing - didn't miss the oil at all - and the salad was bright and colorful.

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sugarpea April 09, 2005
Tossed Greens With Pineapple, Apple and Feta Cheese