In Purrrrsuit of Flavours

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Greetings food lovers!     As you probably know by now, our friends the Canadian Cats and Easy Weimaraner blogs are united in presenting once a month a delicious recipe – each month something DIFFERENT………………..this month we are celebrating SALADS!!   You know – that stuff we go outside to munch on once in a while?   I am a fan of nice green grass but my Mom likes a salad with more interesting ingredients.   So I’m sharing HER recipe today……………Her MOST FAVORITE salad!

Endive Salad

INGREDIENTS

Salad

  • 4 heads Belgian endive
  • 1/4 cup cranberries, dried
  • 1/2 cup California walnuts, coarsely chopped
  • 4 ounces Roquefort cheese, crumbled
  • 1/2 cup Roquefort dressing,  (OR bleu cheese dressing – both delish on this salad!)

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Trim the base of the endive then separate the leaves.
  2. Toss the cranberries, nuts and Roquefort together in a bowl, being careful not to break up the Roquefort too much.
  3. Spoon the mixture into the endive leaves.

This recipe was CHEF-APPROVED by Teddy

IF you’d like to join this wonderful HOP – just click the photo at the top of this page to go to Canadian Cats and link up to share your salad recipe!    I  wonder what Da Phenny and Shoko and Tyebe will have us make for NEXT month’s HOP???????

 

Hugs, Teddy

43 responses »

  1. That sounds very tasty! I have all those ingredients apart from the cranberries, but I am not very keen on any dried fruit so I would leave them out anyway.

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  2. That looks so good. I am definitely trying that, but with pecans instead of walnuts 🙂 Thank you for the recipe. XO

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    • Doesn’t stay pretty too long in my house – we whack it up into bite size bits and eat it – it’s just so yummy. Pretty is nice for presentation but not practical for EATING! HAHAHA

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  3. Teddy winner winner let’s have that for dinner. I adore walnuts!!
    I have a spinach and 5 berry salad up today. Gonna be a popular dish for the summer.
    Hugs cecilia

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    • I’m sure it would be good with other dressings – the roquefort or bleu cheese are kind of tangy and I think that’s why it’s good – the dried fruit is that little tough of sweet and the nuts are the crunch…..it’s amazing how well these ingredients go together and endive – LOVE IT!

      Hugs, Pam

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    • It really is tasty…..the right mix of ingredients that some folks might think can’t work but it seems to work BEAUTIFULLY (and tastily….yeah that’s not a word but it describes this purrrfectly!)

      Hugs, Teddy

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