Pear Apple Avocado Spinach Salad Recipe

Pear Apple Avocado Spinach Salad Recipe: Hello, people who love rhubarb! I’m serving you THE salad today, a pear and apple spinach salad, that I’ve been eating all season.

Imagine a salad of fruit, nuts, and cheese. Mmm.

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I’m one of those folks that would be happy to eat fruit, nuts, and cheese at every meal. I’m always seeing these gorgeous cheese boards on the internet, RN. A cheese board with a couple chocolate chunks and a glass of wine is pretty much my notion of the finest time ever.

However, we can’t eat anything but fruit, cheese, and almonds, can we? If we add some greens and call it a salad, we sure can! Bravo.

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SALAD INCLUDING SPINACH, PEAR, AND APPLE

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  • This salad of pears and apples with spinach has everything you could possible want, especially if you love fruit and cheese as much as I do. Apples, pecans, cheddar, pomegranates, and pears. Very simple, yet very effective.

 

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  • If you enjoy fruit and cheese as much as I do, this salad of pears, apples, and spinach has everything you could ask for. Pears, pomegranates, cheddar, apples, and pecans. Extremely basic, but very powerful.

 

CHANGES TO THIS FALL OR WINTER SALAD OF SPINACH AND FRUIT

 

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  • Try a different cheese, such as fresh mozzarella, goat cheese, or feta. Try some havarti cubes or manchego, one of my favorite cheeses, if you’re feeling really fancy!
  • You can use any kind of pear or apple; I used fuji apples and d’anjou pears. All you need is an extremely crisp apple and a really firm pear.
  • Pomegranate seeds can take a lot of time to seed, so you may decide to omit them from the salad even if they give it a pleasant tart crunch. In my grocery store’s chilled produce department, I discovered some pomegranate seeds!
  • Try walnuts, hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds, or almonds as an alternative nut. They’d all be incredibly delicious!

Also See:

Easy Spanish Tortilla Recipe

 

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RECIPES FOR MAKING HONEY MUSTARD DRESSING AT HOME

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  • The honey mustard dressing from scratch tastes A LOT better than anything you can buy at a shop. It’s also really simple.
  • Only four ingredients are required: water, olive oil, honey, and mustard. And that’s it!
  • Put all of these ingredients in a small jar and cover it tightly. Shake well to emulsify the dressing. Alternatively, mix everything in a small dish and whisk until emulsified. You are you!

 

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A PEAR AND APPLE SPINACH SALAD RECIPE

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  • Making a spinach salad with pears and apples only takes ten minutes! Dice and core your apple and pears. Chop your pecans and cube your cheese.
  • Combine these with the greens and pomegranate arils in a big bowl.
  • Prepare the honey mustard dressing as directed above, then drizzle it over the salad. Toss to coat, then season with pepper.

COMPOSITION

  • Two Anjou pears in firm. chopped and cored
  • One Fuji apple. chopped and cored
  • One cup of strong cheddar cheese, cubed
  • One cup of pecans, cut finely
  • One cup of pomegranate seeds
  • Six cups of tightly packed baby spinach leaves
  • two tsp of Dijon mustard
  • three tsp honey
  • Six tsp of extra virgin olive oil
  • three tsp water a dash of pepper

 

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DIRECTIONS

  • In a large bowl, mix together the pears, apple, cheddar, pecans, pomegranate arils, and spinach.

 

  • In a small jar with a tight-fitting lid, combine the mustard, honey, oil, and water. Until emulsified, shake.

 

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  • Over the salad, drizzle as much dressing as desired. Add a dash of pepper for seasoning and toss to coat. Serve right away.

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