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Fancy Pear Salad

Another well-received salad we served to our guests from the Everyday Paleo book.  This is a great, light summer salad.

Fancy Pear Salad

5 ounces organic mixed salad greens

1 pear, diced

1/2 red onion, thinly sliced

extra virgin olive oil to taste

3 Tbl balsamic vinegar

1/2 cup pecans, crushed

black pepper to taste

Toss the greens, pear and onion together.  Drizzle salad with EVOO, vinegar, and sprinkle on pecans.

Finish with some cracked black pepper.


5 Responses

  1. Fancy pear salad was really good! I’m not usually a fan of fruit in my salad, but this will be a recipe that we’ll probably do once a week. We “paired” it with the pork loin roast recipe (which was outstanding) in the Everyday Paleo book. Yum Yum!

    • This is one of our favorite salads also and a great one for guests. Did you do the cherry pork loin recipe?

      • No, we did the Pork Loin Roast that you put into the crockpot, I think it was on page 93. I’d definitely make that again.

  2. add some bacon its unreal

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