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Receta de Ensalada de Manzanas, Avellanas y Queso al Vino Tinto - Apple, Hazelnut and Red Wine Cheese Salad Recipe

La Tienda Kitchens

  • 15 minutes
  • 4 servings
Apple, Hazelnut and Red Wine Cheese Salad Recipe
This salad is an adaptation of the ‘ensalada de manzanas con Murcia al Vino’ recipe, a traditional Spanish salad originating from Murcia. This version adds a touch of sweetness from orange blossom honey and uses an artisan goat’s and sheep’s milk cheese made with red wine mixed with the milk - rather than the traditional Murcia al Vino which is soaked in red wine to color the rind. The contrast of colors, textures and flavors is both stunning and delicious.
Rated 5 Stars

Ingredients

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Preparation

STEP 1

In a mixing bowl, toss the cut apple pieces and juice from half of the lemon together. Set aside while you make the dressing.

STEP 2

Make the dressing by whisking the shallot, honey, vinegar, and juice from remaining half of lemon in a bowl. Slowly stir in the olive oil to emulsify it with the vinegar mixture. Season to taste with salt and pepper.

STEP 3

Add cheese cubes to the apples and toss with the dressing. Arrange lettuce, dressed apples and cheese on a platter or individual bowls or plates and sprinkle with the chopped nuts. Drizzle any remaining dressing from the bowl over the salads.

Serve immediately with a glass of Spanish white or rosé wine.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 8.9 oz/252 gr; Calories 357; Calories from Fat 229; Total Fat 25.8 gr (40%); Saturated Fat 8.6 gr (43%); Trans Fat 0.4 gr; Cholesterol 36 mg (12%); Sodium 547 mg (23%); Total Carbohydrates 22 gr (7%); Fiber 5 gr (18%); Sugars 15 gr; Protein 11 gr (22%); Vitamin A 91%; Vitamin C 22%; Calcium 29%; Iron 7%.

* Percent Daily Values are based on 2000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your caloric needs.

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June 2022

Rated 5 Stars

Excellent! A great recipe for hot summer nights when you don't want to cook.

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