The other night at a dinner party I was blown away by the salad they served. Spinach never tasted so good! The reason, it tasted like waffles…with a side of bacon :) And I couldn’t exactly put my finger on why. When I asked the chef she spilled her secret: maple syrup!
This salad is sweet with a hint of savory. Perfect to serve with chicken and butternut squash. That’s what popped into my mind. I’m sure you’ll find tons of other combos and additions to make it your own. Guests will love it because it’s so unexpected and unique.
FALL SALAD WITH MAPLE CIDER DRESSING
- Chopped fuji apples
- Cherry tomatoes
- Blue cheese
- Candied walnuts
(I’m not a blue cheese fan so I opted out of that and the walnuts. Honeslty, I didn’t miss them)
Maple Cider Dressing
- 1 teaspoon dijon mustard
- 1 Tablespoon maple syrup
- 2 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- 1 Tablespoon olive oil
- Chopped chives to taste
- Garlic, salt, pepper to taste