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Recipe: Strawberry Salad with Goat Cheese



I love strawberries… I have always loved strawberries… even as a kid I thought it was a treat to eat them… so when I saw a strawberry salad on a cafĂ© game that I play.. I thought… sure why not?

I found a recipe by Rachael Ray but it didn’t totally ring my chimes… so I set about making my own version…. the result?... pure heaven for a strawberry lover like me.

TIPS

You can use a different salad green but I urge you to try the spinach called for in the recipe.. it really does add a perfect flavor to the salad.

The dressing uses strawberry or raspberry jam… either one will work well.

If you haven’t tried goat cheese… now is the perfect time to try it… it has the consistency of cream cheese… but is a bit tangy like sour cream… the perfect accent to this salad..

The teaspoon used for the jam is a measuring teaspoon not a coffee teaspoon.

The dressing recipe makes enough for 2-3 salads depending on the size of the salad.

Quantities for the salad have been left off… it’s entirely up to you how much to make!

I know this may seem like an odd salad… but try it.. you just may discover a new salad to love!






Recipe: Strawberry Salad with Goat Cheese

All you need:

For the Salad:

Fresh strawberries, cleaned hulled and cut in half
Spinach leaves
Goat cheese

For the Dressing:

3 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons white wine vinegar
3 generous teaspoons raspberry or strawberry jam
Dash of salt and pepper (to taste)

All you need to do:

Arrange spinach leaves on a plate with the strawberries on top.

In a small bowl mix the dressing ingredients with a wire whisk until smooth.

Drizzle the dressing over the spinach and strawberries.

Drop small pieces of goat cheese over the salad.

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