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We really enjoyed this citrusy mix! I loved the dijon as it gives a pleasant aroma to the salad. I made the dressing as directed and had plenty to spread out over three salads. Just what we were looking for tonight! Thanks!
I added some goat cheese and vadalia onion slices to the salad and it was awesome! I doubled the dressing to make sure I had enough and my friend and I had it for lunch yesterday. I loved the citrus of the fruits with the crunch of the nuts and the sweetness of the snow peas. The cheese and sweet onion really added to it too! Thank you for sharing this lovely salad with us Bluemoon Downunder! Made for Gimme 5 Tag Game 1/09 Linda
This made a perfect lunch for my DH, but I found that I had to almost triple the dressing ingredients, and also I added in some cooked chicken breast. Thanks bluemoon!...Kitten
I added scallions to the salad but otherwise followed the recipe. I was pleasantly surprised that such a small amount of dressing adequately covered enough salad for 2 servings. I would spice things up a bit further next time.
We enjoyed the salad tonight...with the addition of honey glazed chicken breast..it was a bit spicy..so it went well with the salad! Thanks!
I must say the pork should be included in this recipe as you state in the discription. As I tried this before we sat down to eat and found it a bit bland then served it with a well seasoned tuna Davey's Broiled Yellowfin Tuna and Relish. Enoying how nice the salad complemented the tuna. The snow peas I blanched and then cut in half. Used 2 oranges (Clementines) and that was plenty. A very simple salad to make a great base for a grilled piece of chicken, pork or fish. Thanks!