This is my favorite salad to make in the summer, when strawberries are ripe and inexpensive. You can also make it in the fall with pears, or peaches.
I promise that this will get you rave reviews at parties, potlucks and the dinner table. Every person I’ve ever served it to has gone home with the recipe. And I got the recipe from my friend Lindsay’s mom, after she brought it to a party. So…pass it on!
In a small bowl, whisk the dressing – 2 T poppy seeds, 2 T white wine vinegar, 2 T milk, 1/4 c. sugar, 1/2 c. mayo.
Pour that over a salad bowl filled with baby spinach, sliced strawberries (as many as you like – I usually use a pint or more) and sliced red onions (maybe half an onion).
Toss and serve!
The weather is still hot and humid here in North Carolina, so this salad would still feel appropriate. For all you Northwesterners, maybe you could make it to celebrate the end of warm days.
Enjoy, friends! xoxo
New discovery: Good tomatoes, ripe paches, sliced, toss with fresh basil, salt, evoo and balsamic.
Wow, I don’t know if I’ve seen a salad with peaches and tomatoes – I’ve seen watermelon with tomatoes…but peaches? This sounds like something I’ll have to test myself!