Easy Waldorf Salad
I love salads. All of them. Unless they are a handful of 'bagged' greens thrown on a plate in a restaurant and called a salad. (Just sayin'...been there one too many times!)
I often have house guests, the hazard of having a big extended family who live far and wide and I have to say that having people stay often makes me get a wriggle on with cooking something that I can claim as a new recipe for here. It is weird being down to just two of us in the household now. I can make a meal on a Monday and it could potentially last us all week...but I digress. So when I had my in-laws recently, it was the perfect opportunity to get all inspired and lucky you, this happened. It may show up in a book, it is so good.
Either way, YUM.
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- 1/2 Batch Maple Mayonnaise Maple Mayonnaise
- 300 Grams red cabbage, in pieces
- 1/2 red onion
- 2 fennel bulbs, in pieces
- Handfuls hazelnuts, roasted
- Handfuls craisins, (dried cranberries)
- Handfuls dried cherries
- 1 green apple, diced
- 5 celery stalks, thinly sliced
- Handfuls fresh dill
- Pink Salt Flakes pink salt flakes to taste BUY
- freshly cracked black pepper to tate
- 150 Grams Greek yoghurt
Prepare mayonnaise and remove from the Thermomix bowl. Without cleaning the bowl (leave a little bit of mayo in there) add the cabbage, red onion and fennel bulbs. Chop 3 sec/speed 5. Check for size of the chop, and add another second if you feel you would like it a little finer. The chop size will depend very much on the amount of mayonnaise left in the bowl.
Remove chopped vegies from the Thermomix bowl and place into a large mixing bowl.
Add nuts, fruit, celery, dill and seasoning and toss gently with the additional mayonnaise as needed.
Serve dolloped with the yoghurt.
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