Spinach Salad Blues

Spinach Salad Blues created by Erin K. Brown

Although an unusual combination this really is a very delicious salad. I got the recipe from a Junior League cookbook, called Bay Tables, put out by the Junior League of Mobile, Ala. The dressing is very pretty and tastes wonderful!

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  • Combine the shallot, 1/2 pint of the blueberries, salt, sugar, vinegar and oil in a blender and blend well.
  • Trim the spinach and rinse well.
  • Pat the spinach dry.
  • Combine the spinach, remaining blueberries, blue cheese and pecans in a large salad bowl and toss to mix well.
  • Add the blueberry vinaigrette just before serving and toss until well coated.
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"Although an unusual combination this really is a very delicious salad. I got the recipe from a Junior League cookbook, called Bay Tables, put out by the Junior League of Mobile, Ala. The dressing is very pretty and tastes wonderful!"
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  1. Erin K. Brown
    Spinach Salad Blues Created by Erin K. Brown
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  2. spatchcock
    AMAZING! We loved this! This is truly a terrific salad! I used white vinegar instead of raspberry because I didn't have any raspberry, and used a little bit of red onion instead of shallot for the same reasons. Also used frozen blueberries--again, no fresh. Still, it was truly delicious and the bleu cheese especially added the most perfect layer of "tang" to the salad as a whole. LOVED it! Thanks for posting!
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  3. MarieRynr
    Although an unusual combination this really is a very delicious salad. I got the recipe from a Junior League cookbook, called Bay Tables, put out by the Junior League of Mobile, Ala. The dressing is very pretty and tastes wonderful!
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