This bistro-style salad pairs crispy cakes of fried goat cheese with mildly bitter radicchio, peppery arugula, crunchy hazelnuts, and sweet grapes.
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The dressing was excellent. The goat cheese easy to make. Everyone enjoyed this salad. I will make it again.
This was a crowd pleaser and came together in 20 minutes
A restaurant quality salad! So VERY good and easy to make!! It will be a staple for dinner parties. You must use Panko, we were going to use breadcrumbs since we already had them but the panko is a must. The flavors blend so perfectly together, it really is such a great salad.
This is a wonderful salad. We had the same type of warm goat cheese salad during our visit to France last Spring, and this replicates it quite well. I do not add grapes, but they certainly would be a nice addition. I always have some walnut oil on hand, and it adds just the right flavour.
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