By popular demand, I have to give a sort of healthy recipe this time. I have therefore decided to go with the co-greatest salad possible: the warm goat cheese salad. This is a relatively easy recipe, I assure you, however, it takes a little bit of time to finish.

Let’s start with the dressing, for which you’ll need:

  • Balsamic vinegar,
  • Olive oil,
  • Ciboulette,
  • Onions,
  • Garlic, and
  • Orange Blossom Honey.

In a jar, add around a cup of vinegar, and half a cup of oil. Chop the onions, garlic, and ciboulette very very finely (they have to be tiny pieces), until you have around one tablespoon of each. Add a quarter of a cup of honey, shake very very well, taste it, make sure it’s the best salad dressing you ever had, adjust some ingredients if you have to, and store it in the fridge.


Now for the real thing:khass

  • Red Oak Leaf and Green Oak Leaf lettuce (pictured on the right),
  • Grenadine (already picked from the supermarket),
  • Red grapes,
  • Dried figs,
  • Goat cheese,
  • Brown toast, and
  • Grenadine molasses (دبس الرمان).

First off, when buying the goat cheese, ask the clerk to cut it into 0.5 cm thick semi-disks. Every person should have around 2 or 3 semi-disks per serving. Wash the lettuce and spread it on the serving platter, top it with the grenadine and the grapes (every grape should be cut in half). Cut the toast diagonally once, and toast them in the oven until they’re almost all-dry, once out, put one piece of cheese per toast slice, add a drop on every cheese slice, and lay them on top of your salad.


You are now ready to serve! I really hope you enjoy this one, it’s one of my favorites. Don’t forget to always give me your feedback!


Your masterpiece should be looking like this:



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