Celery, Walnut, and Parmesan Salad

  • stepheb Posted: 09/06/10
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    We enjoyed this recipe! I used grated cheese and could have cut back on the amount - it definitely coated the celery. It was a great dish with lots of flavor - and even my skeptical husband was surprised at how good it was!

  • Cooker22 Posted: 06/15/10
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    We loved it, didn't change a thing. Served it with a steak off the grill. Next time we'll serve it with something barbecued, like ribs!

  • maliafrench Posted: 07/08/10
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    Liked the salad. I added grape tomatoes and cranberries to add color. I really like the tomatoes and will definitely do this again. I served it as a main dish (cup serving) with cottage cheese and fruit for a light lunch and would do the same for a light dinner (à la française). However, I'm not sure that it's going to hold me until dinner, so next time, I'm adding fresh wholegrain bread as an additional side.

  • alliemcc Posted: 06/27/10
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    I really enjoyed this salad. It has a fresh and interesting flavor, and the textures work wonderfully together. It is great as-is, but I think adding a touch more lemon juice next time would be good too. It's a very simple and lovely side dish.

  • SANDOZ Posted: 07/08/10
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    This is terrific - and will become a summer staple for me! I grated the cheese vs. dice, and still delish! Believe you can easily cut back on nuts and cheese to spare calories without losing too much flavor...try first with all, then see for yourself.

  • Bethany10 Posted: 02/25/12
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    Delish! The key here is high quality, fresh olive oil. I also substituted pecorino romano for the Parmesan, as I like the flavor better. It makes a perfect light lunch paired with crusty fresh bread and pulls together so quickly!

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