Idon’t really know what else to call this salad but Blueberry Salad. It was inspired by a salad we ate while on vacation. One night at Family Camp, we were served a salad of mixed greens, dried blueberries, and feta cheese in a vinaigrette dressing. We all raved at how those blueberries popped and made the salad so dynamite. I wanted to build a salad around dried blueberries as well but I wanted to use some different ingredients than I am used to using in salad. No tomatoes or cukes here. I wanted different textures and flavors as well as a bold salad dressing. So here is what I came up with and it is delicious and refreshing, bold and flavorful. I hope you enjoy this great way to eat wonderfully sweet dried blueberries.
Soyaki Orange Dressing:
1/3 cup Trader Joe’s Island Soyaki Sauce
3 T. orange marmalade
2 T. olive oil
For the dressing mix ingredients well until the marmalade is incorporated. If you do not have a Trader Joe’s nearby then you may try to substitue another type of teriyaki marinade and adjust recipe to taste. Toss the salad ingredients and dress salad. Serve immediately. Serves 6.
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