Mix ’em up Salad

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No tortellinis in this salad! Just field greens, Swiss cheese, tomatoes, strawberries and tangerine sections. After the photo, I drizzled on a bit of the Sesame Ginger Coleslaw dressing that I am finding many uses for, and gobbled it down. The sweet/tartness of the strawberries and tangerine was very nice with the full-bodied flavor of the dressing.

I tried out a new idea for the bread that day. I used molasses for the sweetener and hazelnut meal for part of the flour. I thought it might turn out grainy, but it didn’t – smooth as silk – and full of a very pleasant ambience. It is totally irresistible when toasted for breakfast – or as we had it for lunch today, with chicken salad.

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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9 Responses to Mix ’em up Salad

  1. taphian says:

    wonderful salat, Judi, looks inviting, virtual hugs, Mitza

  2. gypsy97 says:

    I’m so used to my strawberries with banana and walnuts, slathered in whipped cream, for breakfast. I can’t imagine them with a dressing, but your plate looks great. I sure perked up when you mentioned bread!

    • judilyn says:

      Gary can’t seem to stop raving about the bread. I really don’t know how to say it is different, but the flavor and texture is almost addicting. I love perfect toast – crispy on the outside, yielding to a soft inside – with just a slathering of butter, and find myself looking longingly at the breadbox at various times during the day!

  3. Liz says:

    I can eat two plates of that salad without a problem. It looks pretty but also tastes delicious!

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