It’s spring leftover salad

P1060698_lznThe weather here has maniac depressive tendencies at the moment. There is days where it rains twice in an hour and in-between you have to take off your jacket because you are too hot. Friday was one of those days where you just want to crawl under your covers because it was sooo cold. So, with some leftovers from my fridge I decided to make a spring salad to bring back that spring feeling.
I didn’t think that strawberries and Brie cheese would go together that well, but they do (grapes and cheese do too, so no surprise). And it goes really fast. Just wash and drain your fruit and salad, cut up everything and toss into a bowl together with some vinaigrette.

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And that’s what I didn’t have time for anymore so I just used bought honey-mustard dressing which kinda worked (because honey) but kinda didn’t (I think it would just have been way better with the vinaigrette).

Do you have any favorite dressings to go with fruity salads?

With love from the student kitchen,Johanna

It's spring leftover salad

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This is what you need
200g salad lettuce
8 strawberries
2 slices brie cheese (ca 30 g)
vinaigrette of your choice

And this is how we do it
1. Wash salad and drain in a coleander
2. Wash and core strawberries, cut into small pieces
3. Cut cheese into small cubes
4. Mix everything and cover with your favorite dressing. Best eaten immediately, if you want to carry it along, carry the dressing seperately to prevent it from becoming soggy

Althoughthis can’t be called a recipe, it’s still my own idea. Please do not use it commercially without my permission. When using it on your blog, please re-write it in your own words and link it to the source to give proper credit:). Thanks!

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6 thoughts on “It’s spring leftover salad

    • Thanks Kate. I honestly wasn’t quite sure at first but hey, it works with apples too, so I figured I’d give it a try. The cheese compliments it really well as well!

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