Argentina Special Salad

I tried this salad at a Greek restaurant on my summer holidays in Pelion. I don't think it's Argentinian but it really is a delicious combination of lettuce, walnuts, sun-dried tomatoes and mozzarella. I ended up eating just the salad and ignored my main course! Try it and see for yourself.

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directions

  • Wash the lettuce leaves individually and spin them in a salad spinner or drain for 30 minutes in a colander.
  • Bunch them together and slice them in 1cm (1/2 inch) ribbons and place in a shallow salad bowl.
  • Scatter the grated carrot on top followed by the cheese, walnuts and semi-dried tomatoes.
  • Mix the dressing ingredients in a small jar and shake well.
  • Pour over the salad and serve immediately.
  • You can use your own dressing as this is just an approximation of the dressing used.
  • You could also substitute other cheeses instead of the mozzarella.
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"I tried this salad at a Greek restaurant on my summer holidays in Pelion. I don't think it's Argentinian but it really is a delicious combination of lettuce, walnuts, sun-dried tomatoes and mozzarella. I ended up eating just the salad and ignored my main course! Try it and see for yourself."
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  1. shysavsianna
    I loved this recipe, not a favorite of my daughters (but they are young). I did alter the recipe slightly. I used cherry tomatoes because I didn't have sun-dried available in our area. I also changed the walnut's to dry roasted pistachios. AWESOME RECIPE!
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  2. joanna_giselle
    I tried this salad at a Greek restaurant on my summer holidays in Pelion. I don't think it's Argentinian but it really is a delicious combination of lettuce, walnuts, sun-dried tomatoes and mozzarella. I ended up eating just the salad and ignored my main course! Try it and see for yourself.
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