Photo: Whitney Ott; Styling: Claire Spollen 
Serves 4 (serving size: about 1 cup)

How to Make It

Combine olive oil, vinegar, and Dijon mustard in a large bowl, stirring with a whisk. Add salad greens, grapes, and hazelnuts; toss to coat.

Chef's Notes

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Ratings & Reviews


October 06, 2017
Not only was this recipe was simple to prepare, but it was delicious!! I had a bag of grapes that I needed to use. I ran out to the store to buy WHITE balsamic vinegar (This is a MUST).  You can also order online and I ordered 2 more bottles.  I did not have high expectations, but I thought this salad was scrumptious.  The dressing had a hint of sweetness from the white balsamic vinegar balanced with tartness/sour flavor.  The salad was soooo easy with just roasted hazelnuts, mixed greens, and grapes.  Again you have the slightly bitter greens with bursts of sweet grapes and then the roasted hazelnuts brings it home with fantastic crunch and another layer of flavor.  I will admit I was quite generous with the hazelnuts. I also cut the grapes in half because they were large.  Do yourself a favor and make sure to pick up white balsamic vinegar- I would NOT recommend regular balsamic.  This is an elegant looking dish that would work at any dinner party, but also so easy that you can throw together in a big bowl and chow down in front of the tv.  I really suggest and hope you give it a chance.

sukeedog's Review

October 11, 2014