Warm crispy Fried Goat Cheese Salad with apples, walnuts, and a creamy apple vinaigrette!
You can never have enough tantalizing salad recipes.
To shake things up, today’s Fried Goat Cheese Salad offers a little decadence along with the greens!
In a perfect world my husband and kids would be jumping up and down for Salad Night. Can you imagine what that would look like?
“I want the last helping of salad.”
“No! You got the most salad last night, I get the extra salad tonight!”
“Now kids, there’s enough salad to go around.”
Sigh… A girl can dream.
In reality, I sometimes have to trick them into eating their greens by topping them with rich, crunchy ingredients.
We’ve all had salads with cheese. What generally comes to mind are those enormous chain-restaurant salads topped with piles of neon-orange processed cheese shred.
We’re going in a different direction with this Fried Goat Cheese Salad recipe.
Goat cheese, possibly my all time favorite thing to eat, is taken to another level of goodness by breading and pan frying it to top the salad.
Lightly pan fried goat cheese served warm, over cool crisp granny smith apples and fresh herbs is a thing of beauty. The crispy goat cheese even fills the need for a slab of protein with the salad, in my opinion.
Creamy apple vinaigrette elevates the tart apple flavor with pureed granny smiths and effervescent champagne vinegar. Add some toasted walnuts, and you have near perfection.
The secret to frying cheese is to slice and freeze it first.
That way, as the breading is crisping up in the hot oil, the cheese is thawing and warming. Not oozing out!
You’ve got to try this Fried Goat Cheese Salad. It’s so delicious it will entice even your pickiest salad eaters.
Cheese is milk’s leap towards immortality. -Clifton Fadiman
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