Mixed Greens with Apples, Sunflower Seeds, and Croutons with a White Cheddar and Chive Vinaigrette

My friend Kyle found a new vinaigrette that was filled with white cheddar and chives so we put together a very simple salad using mixed greens, apple, sunflower seeds, and croutons to go with the Cheese and Potato Soup we were having for dinner. The dressing was a bit sweet and tangy with a wonderful white cheddar and chive flavor and it paired nicely with the simple salad. I typically wouldn’t post a dish like this because it’s not much of a recipe but this salad and vinaigrette was so delicious that I had to share it with you.

Mixed Greens with Apples, Sunflower Seeds, and Croutons with a White Cheddar and Chive Vinaigrette:
Photos by For the Love of Cooking.net
Recipe by Kyle Smith
 
  • Mixed greens
  • Apple, sliced
  • Sunflower seeds (salted)
  • Herb croutons
  • White cheddar and chive vinaigrette (made by Riverhouse)

Combine the mixed greens together with the sliced apple, sunflower seeds, and croutons. Drizzle the salad the white cheddar and chive vinaigrette and toss until evenly coated. Serve immediately. Enjoy.

 

Click here for a printable version of this recipe – For the Love of Cooking.net



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5 Responses to “Mixed Greens with Apples, Sunflower Seeds, and Croutons with a White Cheddar and Chive Vinaigrette”

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    Chris — March 12, 2011 @ 12:32 pm

    Sounds like that would also make a fantastic marinade. Can you say "White cheddar and chive grilled chicken"? mmmmmmmm

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    Organicfemme — April 20, 2011 @ 8:14 am

    The sunflower adds crunch and novelty to this recipe. Great stuff!

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