Cherry Waldorf Salad

Cherry Waldorf Salad

"Field editor Marie Hattrup of The Dalles, Oregon combines apples with cherries and cranberries to give a new twist to the classic Waldorf salad."
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10 m servings
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  1. In a large salad bowl, toss apples with lemon juice. Add the celery, cherries, cranberries and almonds.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk the mayonnaise, sour cream, honey and salt until well blended. Pour over salad and toss to coat.
  3. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour before serving.

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I don't think I can describe how much I love this salad. I found it and asked someone to make it for a luncheon I had in December 07. I loved it so much but couldn't remember who I asked to ma...

Most helpful critical review

I followed this recipe exactly, just OK. I was disappointed. Most recipes I find on this site are great.

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I don't think I can describe how much I love this salad. I found it and asked someone to make it for a luncheon I had in December 07. I loved it so much but couldn't remember who I asked to ma...

Outstanding! I served this to 50 people & received multiple requests from people to purchase any leftovers. I too am from The Dalles. Marie, I gave you all the credit & told everyone where to ...

I don't usually review recipes, but my family loved this one! The cherries and cranberries added a unique tartness to the traditional recipe, and it's already been requested again. I thought the...

I personally would not care for this because of the dried fruit, however I thought it would make an interesting dish for a Thankgiving meal we had last night with my husbands family. THEY DEVOU...

Not sure how anyone could say this is only "ok". I used sweet cherries and added red grapes (the crunchy ones) and I found this absolutely delicious!

Quite tasty. I'd make it again for a pitch-in or for brunch...in fact, we ate the leftovers this morning for breakfast.

Try adding coconut flakes for a tropical twist!

I've never had Waldorf Salad before, so this was the first one I ever tried, and it was sooo good! My husband loved it too, really unique!

Very good - Personally I'd leave the honey out next time - it's sweet enough without it!

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