Apple, Walnut and Mixed Green Salad

Today we will be making something light, tasty and crunchy a simple salad made out of apples, radish, and walnut in a bed of mixed greens. I am not sure if this combination is a known recipe but to be honest during this week’s theme I will try to just combine whatever flavourful combination I can think of and this is one of it. So head over to the recipe and let me know what you think of it?

Apple, Walnut and Mixed Green Salad
 
Ingredients
  • 1 salad bowl full of Mixed Greens
  • 3 pcs small radish, thinly sliced
  • 1 pc large red apple, cubed
  • ⅔ cup Walnuts, cut in half
  • 3 tbsp crumbled feta cheese
  • 4 tbsp crispy fried bacon pieces
  • vinaigrette
  • oil from bacon
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a salad bowl except the feta cheese and bacon pieces.
  2. Add bacon oil and vinaigrette then toss lightly.
  3. Sprinkle feta cheese and bacon pieces on top then serve.

 

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  1. Yum! This lovely salad reminds me of a very grown up Waldorf. I love crunch, tang and sweetness, with the apple, radish and walnuts you’ve got all those lovely bases covered. Bonus, it looks so beautiful & healthful too!

  2. Bacon is the fairy dust of the food world — one of the ways we got our kids to eat salad when they were young. I like that you added apple to your salad, that is one of my favorite add-ins for its crispy, sweet accent. :)

  3. Gracie says:

    Yum! I bet this would also taste great with crumbled blue cheese! Stinky, I know, but oh so good with salads.

  4. Tessa says:

    Lovely and vibrant salad. Both in flavor and in color!

  5. Eha says:

    Yes, I would call it a version of Waldorf also: always refreshing alone, with a chunk of bread or a slab of just barbecued beef ;) !

  6. foodjaunts says:

    The image isn’t working for me? The radish is a bit of an unexpected ingredient for me but I could definitely see how the bite would work against the sweetness from the apple.

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