This is a lovely salad! I really liked the dressing; I added plenty of fresh ground black pepper and for me that really brought out the flavors and kept it from being too tangy or sweet. I left out the radishes, otherwise made as directed. I think walnuts would be a great addition as well. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT9, The Apron String Travelers
I made this recipe for the dressing so used spinach, tomatoes, red onion, eggs, zucchini, and bacon as the salad. The dressing was very, very tart so I added a tsp of splenda to try to mellow out the flavors and that worked somewhat but still very tart. My dressing didn't get as thick as Andi's photo showed and didn't really stick to my salad. I'll play with this one as I liked the base recipe. Thanks Annacia. Made for "Let's Party"
Loved the dressing. It is the star; tart, creamy, and thick enough to coat. For the salad I used a spring mix & spinach. MNade for Diabetic Tag.
This is a very tasty, low fat salad. With the creamy rich dressing, the fat is not missed at all. I did use plain yogurt cheese in place of the sour cream. Other than that it was made as directed. DH really complimented the dressing. Made for *Partying the Diabetic Way*
A sport of a salad, chocked full of all the tastes of Summer 2009. I followed this exactly, except for the salad, I didn't have zucchini, (for once) so I proceeded along accordingly. The highlight is really the dressing itself, and loved the addition of apple juice, and shredded apple. Very nice, a bit tart, but a great balance of the flavors. Will be making this throughout the season, and thank you for sharing! Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* August 2009
My husband and I really enjoyed this for our lunch today. I made this exactly as stated. However, I added some grilled chicken to the salad. We will be having this again. Thanks Annacia for a great tasting and healthy lunch.