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May 31, 2009


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Jerry, I was wondering about what the Balsamic might do to the appearance, too. So, I think I'm going to use white balsalmic.


Good plan - of course, the fact that I added 2 extra tablespoons of chopped cilantro helpd with the colour as well. ;-)


I agree, it was yummy! Deborah has a good idea using the white balsamic.

Cindy Ruth

I would probably change the balsamic next time to a regular vinegar. I was a little put off by the color also, but I didn't like the sweetness it imparted. But overall, it was a great salad.


As it turned out, Jerry, I left the vinegar out altogether. Oops.


One of the things I appreciate about the salads vs say baking is the flexibility that you have. You can play with the recipe a bit more and not have to worry about a disaster.

María I.

I really enjoyed this salad. It was so easy to put together. I like cilantro so much that I never measure it.


I wondered about the balsamic, and it did turn the dressing a bit tea-like, but the flavor was excellent. FYI, Jerry, David appreciated your thumbs up on the tortilla strips, not that we did them this time.


I agree with you about appreciating the flexibility of all these salads! Next time, I will double the cilantro too.


I'm with you on the cilantro Maria - just dumping it in seems to work well. I can never figure out what it is that turns some folks off.

I agree Marcia - colour was off but the taste - mmmmm

Heck Annie - let's try tripling it! LOL

Eat Smart Age Smart

Thanks for the mouth-watering recipe. I believe a salad a day keep a doctor away. I do actually eat two salads a day - well, almost every day. Unless I’m rushed or pressed for time, I will always include one salad during lunch and one at dinner time.


I tend to eat far more salads when the weather gets better and we can get fresh ingredients again!

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