Hi friends– We eat a whole lot of salads around here. Salad with soup, salad with pasta, salad with meat & potatoes kinds of meals. So it’s helpful to have a long list of possible, interchangeable salad ingredients. As much as I love those little cute tangerines, I’d never popped one into a salad until I ran across a tangerine salad in a magazine. Here’s my version– bright sweet tangerines, creamy avocado and salty feta with a gentle tangerine dressing. It’s quite nice.
TANGERINE, AVOCADO SALAD WITH FETA
3 tab. tangerine juice (one tangerine)
1/4 cup olive oil
2 tab. tarragon vinegar (or your favorite mild vinegar)
salt & freshly ground pepper to taste
1 tablespoon red onion, finely minced
In a container with a tight lid, shake all the dressing ingredients together until they are thoroughly blended.
4 cups of greens (we used red leaf lettuce)
4 small tangerines, peeled and sliced
3 tab. crumbled feta with garlic and herbs
Layer the greens, tangerines, avocado and feta on a pretty plate and douse it with dressing just before serving.
8 thoughts on “Tangerine, Avocado Salad with Feta”
I like the freshness and tang of this recipe. Will definitely try it. https://www.facebook.com/hungrycookiee
Hope you like it as much as we did!!
Thank you sharing this, Rhonda. I’m going to try it. 🙂
Hi Lilly!– Loved your shepherd’s pie recipe– looks like the best kind of comforting old fashioned meal…
Where do you buy your tarragon vinegar? I’ve tried Trader Joe’s and Stater Bros, but no luck.
HI Sandy!!– I get mine at Stater Brothers– Heinz brand, on the top shelf. I tried a different brand form Ralph’s and it was too sharp.
Just stunning! I want it now!!!