Strawberry-Orange and Spinach Salad
Looking for a FABULOUS salad that’s quick, light and especially DELICIOUS?
This is the ONE! Just toss this salad together for a quick lunch, or as a side to make any meal special.
My homemade dressing compliments the salad perfectly; not too sweet or tangy, and it’s healthy too!
I really think you will love this one, so make it up today and see if you don’t make it on a regular rotation:)
If you are looking for a more substantial salad for a meal, you could give this Spinach Dinner Salad a try, it’s really good and filling too.
For a really unique and scrumptious twist, this Salad with Roasted Squash and Poppy Seed Dressing is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!!!
If you prefer a meal in a bowl type salad, you are going to really enjoy this Fiesta Chopped Salad with it’s south of the border flavors and hearty goodness.
Definitely a salad for every occasion and every taste, but this Strawberry-Orange and Spinach Salad hits the spot every time.
Strawberries and Mandarin Oranges in a Spinach Salad with Homemade Dressing
1 Tbl. honey
2 Tbl. seasoned white wine vinegar
1 Tbl. juice from the mandarin oranges
1 tsp olive oil
1/4 tsp Montreal steak seasoning
Pinch of ground nutmeg, fresh is best
½ pound fresh spinach leaves, stems removed and torn into bite-size pieces
One can (10 ½ oz) mandarin oranges packed in juice, drained
1 – 2 cups fresh strawberries, halved
Combine the honey, seasoned vinegar, 1 Tbl. juice from mandarin oranges, olive oil, montreal steak seasoning and nutmeg in a small bowl; mix well.
When grating the fresh nutmeg, this is what fresh nutmeg looks like. It is a nut/seed and if you have a grater that will make a fine grate, that will work best as you want it grated very finely. The nutmeg seed like this will keep for a very, very long time so don’t be afraid to purchase it.Arrange spinach in large bowl.
Top with oranges and strawberries.Pour honey mixture over top and toss to coat.
Or arrange spinach and fruit on individual salad plates as shown.
Carrie Groneman’s recipe, Copyright Carrie Groneman, 2014, 2018
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