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Curried Scallop-Apple Salad

September/October 2008

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Curry complements seared scallops, tart apples and sweet dried cranberries while toasted almonds add crunch in this quick fall dinner salad. Serve with toasted whole-wheat baguette and a glass of sauvignon blanc.



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"I absolutely adore this recipe. I made it for the 3rd time last night, and - oh - was it good! The quality of the scallops matters a great deal, though. I splurged and bought mine from whole foods and it made a BIG difference. The only...
Curried Scallop-Apple Salad

3 Reviews for Curried Scallop-Apple Salad

09/09/2011
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This pear gorgonzola walnut salad http://tiny.cc/hmnyx. I love using simple healthy ingredients like this, with just a little protein to make a meal. This looks great!! thanks.

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02/22/2010

I absolutely adore this recipe. I made it for the 3rd time last night, and - oh - was it good! The quality of the scallops matters a great deal, though. I splurged and bought mine from whole foods and it made a BIG difference.

The only change I make to the recipe is in the salt department. The recipe calls for WAY too much salt. This time I used about a quarter of what it called for - just a pinch here and there - and I don't think even that was necessary at all. Next time, I'll eliminate the salt entirely.

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11/08/2009

This is a great salad. It's tasty, healthy and very impressive when served to dinner guests. The only thing I would change is the apple type. The granny smiths I bought were waaaaay to tart. I would definitely serve this salad to special guest again.

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