June 23, 2016
Salads, Dairy, Fruit,
Vegetables, British, North American, Easy/Beginner Cooking, No-Cook, Brunch, Entertaining, Ladies Luncheon, Hand Mix/Whisk, No Eggs, Vegetarian, Salad Dressing more
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"I think we can agree that fresh peaches are just plain good, but this year in Iceland they have been ESPECIALLY GOOD & I've been binge-eating them lately. Found @ bbcgoodfooddotcom, this easy-fix salad recipe (which I modified slightly) is another great way to use fresh peaches in season. - COMMENTS: I entered this recipe as NO COOK because I didn't feel toasting bread was meant to be a cooking method. Additionally, the use of fresh peaches is clearly the main goal of this recipe but in the real world of menu-planning, we all know their "in season" time can be short & there's always a can of peaches on grocery shelves to help us indulge our "out of season" menu planning. ENJOY!"
Toast the ciabatta slices, drizzle w/2 tbsp olive oil & gently cut in bite-sized pieces.
Make the dressing by whisking together the remaining oil, honey & lemon juice. Season to taste w/salt & pepper. (See Note Below)
Mix all of the ingredients in a lrg bowl, tossing w/the dressing before serving.
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Very delicious salad -- enjoyed the combination of the peaches and blue cheese along with the dressing. I did leave out the mint and the snap peas though. Will definitely make this salad again soon.