I am giving this one because there are no decimals, in which case I would give it 0.1. The vinaigrette was completely over powered by a nutty olive oil taste and looks/tastes like diarrhea. The peach and mozzarella looked/tasted okay, but was ruined by the disgusting "vinaigrette". Also, the advertised curry flavor does not exist. A complete waste of good cheese. And peaches. What a disappointment. I would rather eat diarrhea, which I happened to have the night I made this. NOTE: I followed this recipe to a tee.
Peach and Mint Caprese Salad with Curry Vinaigrette
horse123 Posted: 08/16/09
Harleigh Posted: 11/11/10
First of all, unlike what the other reviewer stated, Madras curry powder does exist. Second of all this was fantastic as a light lunch. Used regular mozzarella and also added a few strawberries.
Barblei Posted: 07/20/11
My husband and I both enjoyed this recipe. I used nectarines instead of peaches and the buffalo mozzarella really makes it! I diced up some romaine to use as a base and skipped the mint and basil (actually, I forgot to add them). The curry vinagrette is very mild tasting but good. I think I will try to thicken it a bit next time. I enjoyed the suptle flavors of the curry, nectarine and mozarella.... maybe because the mint and basil flavors did not predominate. Will make again and try on company.
bascabaker Posted: 09/03/12
Definitely make the dressing ahead to develop flavors....I added crushed dried mint to the curry powder in the bowl, plus 1/2 teaspoon celery salt, then mixed the vinaigrette. Didn't have Champagne vinegar, so used white balsamic and it was great. Salad combo is different and refreshing...good with nectarines also.