In this refreshing salad, cool, crisp endive and apple pair well with peppery watercress and tangy lemon-shallot dressing. Fresh chervil, parsley, tarragon, and chives—a classic French herb mixture known as fines herbes—add extra brightness.
Make this a meal by serving seared, sliced chicken breast along with the salad.
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This was recommended by a friend and tried it out for my fathers birthday. The taste was delectable like the recipes I got from www.gourmetrecipe.com and www.thesaladsite.com. You will find more beautiful and interesting recipes.
This is a fantastic salad. Best done with small watercress.
A great salad. I skipped the almonds and instead added small goat cheese balls rolled in finely chopped pistachios & cranberries.
This Endive Watercress Salad was delightful. I sometimes struggle with the bitter greens and cleaning Watercress to get to the good pieces, but not this time, it was well worth it. It has just the right amount of sweet crunchy flavors mixed with a light bitter richness. I added a little small amount of good french mustard to the dressing for some extra zing.
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