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Wheat Berry Salad with Red Fruit

March/April 2007

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For this sweet and tart salad, wheat berries are blended with cranberries, apples and pecans and tossed in a raspberry vinaigrette—a winning combination. Serve over a bed of peppery arugula for lunch or a light supper.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was delicious! Just the right combination of sweet and tangy! Happily had enough left over to bring to work the next day. Very tasty!! "
Wheat Berry Salad with Red Fruit Recipe

6 Reviews for Wheat Berry Salad with Red Fruit

07/24/2012
Anonymous
Loved this recipe!

My daughter and I eat this for breakfast. Fruity tasting and a good source of protein and fiber. I omit the salt and pepper.

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05/09/2012
Anonymous
Left out

Cooking the wheat berries was left out of the preparation! Very important step.

good combination
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 4 weeks ago

Ingredients: 3 cups Cooked

Ingredients:
3 cups Cooked Wheat Berries

04/11/2012
Anonymous
I got a standing ovation for this salad at a church potluck!

I stumbled across this recipe while looking for a healthy choice to bring to a church potluck. I wasn't sure if it would be well received among the more traditional dishes, but when word got out I was the one who made the salad the choir director got up on a chair to give me a standing ovation, and several people requested the recipe!

tasty, refreshing, healthy
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11/10/2010

This was delicious! Just the right combination of sweet and tangy! Happily had enough left over to bring to work the next day. Very tasty!!

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05/05/2010
Anonymous

I served this for company and it was so well received that they left with the recipe! Fantastice flavor and interesting textures; I agree with holding off adding the roasted pecans until just before serving to maintain their crunch. I couldn't find raspberry vinegar, btw, so I blended (in a food processor) 1 cup red raspberries to 1/4 cup vinagar. I didn't include the oil, and we didn't miss it. The salad was fantastic. I am making it tomorrow for the Teacher's Appreciation Luncheon.

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