Recipe by Chuck Iannuzzi
"An unusual sounding recipe that turns people off until they taste it, then they love it."
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red wine vinegar
fresh strawberries, sliced
red leaf lettuce, rinsed and torn
red onion, thinly sliced
This was very tasty. Similar to another salad I make in the summer. This dressing I thought was better than using a premade poppy seed dressing. I cut the sugar to only 2 tbls and it was still plenty sweet. I added walnuts as well.
Kinda of wish I'd liked this more. The dressing is good, but not unique; as with other sweet mayo/red wine vinegar dressings I've tried, I didn't even come close to using the called-for amount of sugar. (Normally I do try to follow recipes as written, but I also know our tastes.) My husband and I agreed that we sort of wished there were something else in the salad, but neither of us knew what; with such a creamy dressing, cheese would be redundant, and nuts didn't quite seem right. Cucumber maybe, or apple? Anyway, this is totally fine and made for a nice change, but I doubt we'll make it again. Thanks anyway!
This is great; I just made it for the second time for an Easter lunch. I do find it too sweet, though, so this time I've cut the sugar a little. My suggestion is to add the sugar last and do it to taste. Also, if you don't have to have quite so many poppyseeds if you don't have them. 1 Tbs. would be plenty. Thanks for a great recipe!
We LOVED this salad!!! I didn't have poppy seeds on hand. The dressing would've looked pretty with them in. Added some chopped pecans for crunch.
Loved the dressing used 1/2 of the sugar called for and it is still very sweet.
did everything as instructed with the exception of reducing the sugar to 1/4 cup and this was a wonderful salad! would have definitely been too sweet with more sugar.
OUTSTANDING! You wouldn't expect the flavors to blend,but when I made this, everyone wanted the recipe!!
I was surprised how good this was, and the dressing was good as well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Strawberry Onion Salad
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 100
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