Spinach Salad With Dried Cherries

I love spinach salads, dijon mustard and dried cherries so this was a hit with me from the get go. It's a Martha Stewart recipe and absolutely rocks! You could easily substitute dried cranberries, but the tartness of the cherries are amazing. Enjoy! Note: prep time includes time for toasting pumpkin seeds.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 deg. Spread the pumpkin seeds in a single layer in a pie plate. Bake until puffed and brown, approximately 10 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, in a large bowl, whisk together the vinegar, mustard and oil until combined and thickened. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Arrange spinach on a plate, sprinkle with onions, pumpkin seeds and cherries. Drizzle with dressing, allow each person to "toss" their own salad.
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"I love spinach salads, dijon mustard and dried cherries so this was a hit with me from the get go. It's a Martha Stewart recipe and absolutely rocks! You could easily substitute dried cranberries, but the tartness of the cherries are amazing. Enjoy! Note: prep time includes time for toasting pumpkin seeds."
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  1. Love2Eat
    I love spinach salads, dijon mustard and dried cherries so this was a hit with me from the get go. It's a Martha Stewart recipe and absolutely rocks! You could easily substitute dried cranberries, but the tartness of the cherries are amazing. Enjoy! Note: prep time includes time for toasting pumpkin seeds.
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