Greens with Pomegranate Vinaigrette is one of my favorite holiday salads, but truth be told I serve it as long as pomegranates are in season. Pomegranates are high in inflammation fighting antioxidants and the seeds look gorgeous in a salad. So I take advantage while I can.
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Greens with Pomegranate Vinaigrette:
This salad is made with baby greens, sweet sliced apples, caramelized pecans, soft creamy goat cheese, tangy dried apricots and pomegranate seeds.
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The key ingredient to this amazing pomegranate vinaigrette is pomegranate syrup. You can make your own by reducing pomegranate juice or to save time, buy the syrup already reduced. I have done both and each is fantastic. If you choose to reduce the pomegranate yourself, you will need a little extra time. You can find 12oz Pomegreat here, or save money with the 24 oz size.
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