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The Whole Foods Kosher kitchen

Apple Endive Waldorf Salad Recipe. All Variations

Posted on 27th of May, 2011 by Lévana


Apple Endive Waldorf Salad

Waldorf Salad in a dish signals the presence of apples, celery, and nuts. Besides these constant trademarks, there’s so much you can do with a Waldorf salad, so let’s start with my favorite, then take it places! Passover: Adjust the dressing ingredients using what you have on hand.


2 gala or other fragrant apples, unpeeled, diced small

4 ribs celery, peeled and sliced very thin

½ small red onion, minced

Optional: 1/2 cup golden raisins

1/2 cup walnuts, cashews, or pecans, toasted and chopped coarse

1 cup remoulade dressing (recipe at the bottom)


Place all salad ingredients in a bowl, adding the nuts just before serving so they don’t lose their crunch. Pour the dressing over the salad and toss. Makes 8 servings.

Variations: Play with the possibilities and enjoy an exciting dish each time.

• Add shredded romaine, thinly sliced endive or fennel or grated celery root (in this
case, make a little more dressing as the salad will get bulkier).

• Throw in some freshly grated Parmesan

• Substitute other kinds of nuts: pistachios, peanuts, almonds, pine, etc.

• Turn the salad into a main course by adding some diced cooked salmon or sliced
poached chicken breast or diced natural (no nitrites) smoked turkey or both.

• Throw in some diced avocado.

• Throw in some frozen corn, thawed.

• Throw in some cooked brown rice, or any cooked grain you might have on hand.

Remoulade dressing:

This is an intensely flavored sauce with a robustness that is a good match for grated celery root, endives, watercress, as well as cold meats. It uses just a little fat and packs a great punch at a lower caloric cost.

⅓ cup low-fat mayonnaise (if mayo is a problem, substitute ⅓ cup silken tofu plus 1/4 cup olive oil)

⅓ cup milk or dairy-free milk, low-fat OK, a little more if needed

Juice of 2 lemons

1/4 cup prepared white horseradish (or 2 tablespoons wasabi diluted in a little cold water)

1/4 cup Dijon-style mustard

Salt and pepper to taste

1 tablespoon sugar

Whisk all ingredients together in a bowl. Thin with a little more milk if necessary to make a creamy sauce. Makes about 2 cups. Store refrigerated in a glass jar.

Excerpted from  my new cookbook, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen.

Filed under: Apples Recipes, Avocado Recipes, Chicken Breast Recipes, Chicken Recipes, Endive Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Pecan Recipes, Recipes, Salad Dressing Recipes, Salad Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes, Waldorf Salad Recipes, Walnuts Recipes

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