Although it can be served as a starter as well, this dish is indeed almost a full course, with:
- Endives for vegetables
- Cheese (here Comté but it can be replaced by blue cheese) for proteins
- Apple slices for lightness and a little twist
- Walnuts for health-benefit nutriments, Omega 3 and vitamin E.
I’m using below the recipe to give you the perfect proportions of French salad dressing. Its rule is mainly to have 1/3 vinegar and 2/3 oil, whatever vinegar or oil you may choose.
Taste it. It’s actually a dish usually made for everyday meals, even though it’s always appreciated as a starter at dinner with friends. I like to make it my evening meal during busy working weeks.
French Mixed Endive Salad with Apple, Cheese and Walnuts
A classic French mixed salad for endive lovers. With decadent cheese and crunchy walnuts... and apple for a fancy twist.
Portions: 6 shares