This recipe is excerpted from Southern Comfort: A New Take on the Recipes We Grew Up With.
There are flaws as jeggly points out. Additionally, the recipe has shelled peas while the picture has peas in the pod, Sugar snaps, anyone?
The lettuce looks yellow and why the authors specifically suggest hydroponic lettuce is above my pay grade.
Still, good dressing, improves on Molly Stevens. I like Molly's use of eggs and her asparagus prep but I like radishes more than arugula, sort of blend the 2.
This salad was refreshing and really really good. I loved the dressing as well....And--from one of the reviews where watermelon was mentioned...I'm pretty sure it is mandolin sliced radishes. I recommend this to anyone who loves fresh veggies.
I will try this combination, but it really irks me when the photo has ingredients not listed in the recipe. I see watermelon radish, micro greens, and parsley. Is there anything else you are keeping from the reader?
This is the best salad dressing, so fresh and vibrant. Highly recommended. I make enough for several days worth of salads and keep it in the fridge. If I have lemon infused olive oil on hand, I use it, which boosts the lemon flavor even more. Don't leave out the salt, it's important to the flavor. I use a fine sea salt which dissolves instantly and isn't harsh like regular table salt. (I recently discovered the microplane, which makes zesting less of a chore and produces a finer zest.)
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