This bistro-inspired first course of bitter greens, tart apple, and toasted walnuts is enhanced with bubbling Bucheron cheese and toasted baguette. It's both impressive and perfectly suited to last-minute assembly.
This is a great recipe, and I have no complaints! I didn't have frisee so I used a pre-packaged spring mix with great success. Also, I cut the recipe in half and it was way more than enough for me and my spouse as an appetizer, so I can't imagine making the entire recipe and being able to eat another course. We both agreed that this would make a simple, elegant and affordable lunch for two.
I made this and love it. I will definitely be adding it to my regular menu. It's flavorful and really easy. The only downfall is that the frisee was expensive.
This is impressive and easy to make. The vinaigrette is flavorful without overwhelming the greens and apple. The nuts are delicious and it all goes perfectly with the goat cheese toasts. Perfect for a dinner party/special occasion.