"Fruit, nuts, and cheese are the perfect combination over greens - and even better with raspberry walnut vinaigrette." — MILTMAN
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red leaf lettuce - rinsed, dried and torn
raspberry walnut vinaigrette
seedless red grapes, halved
crumbled goat cheese
This salad rocks your taste buds.
Give it a try for yourself or try it on your friends first.
This recipe is highly dependent on the vinaigrette you choose, so make sure to get one you like. I'm not real crazy about the bottled raspberry-walnut dressings I've tried (too sweet and 'walnutty'), so I used a regular rasperry vinaigrette and added a couple drops of balsamic and walnut oil. The red lettuce/red grape/goat cheese/pecan combination is beauty! I toasted my pecans for a few minutes at 350. Thanks!
This is fantastic! i couldn't find raspberry walnut vinigrette so i used just low fat raspberry. SO YUMMY! and healthy too. i will make this again for sure!
Yummy! I added a tad more goat cheese because I love it. Next time I will probably make my own dressing. This is just a simple, tasty salad. Thanks!
Salad was very good and yes it is all up to the dressing that you choose. Not quite sure why Waldorf is in the name as it has nothing to do with apples and celery.
i didn't have grapes but a green apple was terrific. and definitely toast the pecans, it makes the flavor even better.
Very good salad. I added grilled chicken breast strips. It is essential that a great dressing is used. I prefer a homemade vinaigrette. I also think blue cheese crumbles give the salad more 'kick', than goat cheese.
best salad ever, so fresh and easy... perfect!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
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