This was a winner. It tastes absolutely delicious when at room temperature or cold. Would go really well with bbq. Thanks for posting
That tiny little bit of dijon tang makes this a wonderful salad. I cut the recipe in half easily, and used cherry tomatoes because that's just what I had, so I'm not sure if my proportions were accurate - but I love good tomatoes so tried to use an even amount of tomato and limas. Maybe my sage is a little old, but I didn't find it overwhelming either. In fact, I was tempted to add a tinch more. But I started eating this fresh salad and felt it didn't need anything else. It's just right! Thanks for another winner, EdsGirlAngie!
This disappeared quickly at dinner tonight. With fresh garden vegetables it's irresistible. I used edamame rather than limas.I didn't find the sage overwhelming and added some salt.
I chose this recipe because it was easy to make and light to eat. I thought the sage taste was too strong, so the second time I medit it I reduced the sage to just a dash, then I carmelized the onions in lime juice and reduced the cider vinegar to 2 tablespoons and added 1 and a half tabelspoons of fresh lime juice instead. I also added a light dusting of salt, pepper, and some mixed spices.