Brook Hurst Stephens: "This recipe is remarkably simple to make. [...] Chutneys can easily be made spicy, but even the non-spicy version is packed with so many complex flavors you'll wonder why you didn't make chutney sooner!"
If available, fresh cilantro and fresh minced garlic can replace the dried cilantro and garlic powder.
Tender spinach is tossed with sliced fennel bulb and sweet pears in this simple salad that delivers complex flavor.
Here is one of our favorite versions of a quintessential Northwest salad. Ready-to-serve salad greens make this super quick to put together.
Mâche is an heirloom green that has a mild, sweet, nutty flavor and succulent texture, making it ideal for salads. The winning combination of pears, mâche, and sautéed mushrooms makes this impressive salad a perfect choice for entertaining.
Fresh pears are the star of this salad, a favorite menu item from the Heartline Café in Sedona, Arizona. In this creative showcase, aromatic Bartlett pears are pureed into a sweet-tart dressing as well as tossed in with buttery Bibb lettuce.
Roasting pears takes little effort yet garners big results. Pair roasted pears with fresh greens and a warmed round of soft goat cheese that's encrusted with crunchy chopped peanuts, and you have a salad that's a perfect balance of texture and flavor.
This cool pear lettuce wrap packs some heat with tasty wasabi dressing. Serve this as a side salad or even as finger food when everyone's over to watch the big game.
This salad supplies healthy fats and an array of plant nutrients. Serve immediately.