"A fresh, fast side dish that goes well with quiche for a fabulous lunch." — Adrienne
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seedless green grapes, rinsed and patted dry
roughly chopped walnuts
blue cheese dressing
What a refreshing salad! My store didn't have green grapes, so I used red. With the blue cheese dressing and walnuts, everyone raved about it. Next time, I would add blue cheese chunks to give it an extra kick.
I used red grapes instead of green, and took this to a family get together. While I thought it was good, others thought it was incredible! It disappeared quickly, even though I doubled the recipe.
I liked these. I used red grapes and some left over toasted walnuts. I also tried pecans and pistachios. I didn't care much for the pistachios but thought the pecans were every bit as good as the walnuts. These were fun to make, fun to eat. Not a repeat for Hubs though.
Made this for a potluck and got rave reviews. Might try adding craisins the next time around! Definitely will make again.
We didn't care for this, especially the walnuts.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 209
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