This bistro-style salad pairs crispy cakes of fried goat cheese with mildly bitter radicchio, peppery arugula, crunchy hazelnuts, and sweet grapes.
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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