Belgian Endive Salad with Avocado and Orange

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This is basically a clean-out-fridge salad. So depending on what whatsoever greens or leftover in the fridge, you can mix and match so many different ingredients to make delicious and light meals.

DressingSalad
  • 50 g Plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp Walnut oil
  • 1 tsp Dijon mustard
  • 1 tsp Honey
  • 2/3 tbsp Red wine vinegar
  • 1 tsp Orange peel, finely grated
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 head Belgian endive
  • 2 Oranges, peeled and sectioned
  • 1/2 Avocado, peeled and cut into thin strips
  • 10 Black olives, cut into rings
  • 5 Grape tomatoes, halved
  • 1/2 Small red onion, cut into thin strips
  1. Whisk together plain yogurt, walnut oil, mustard, honey, and red wine vinegar until smooth. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Cover and chill until ready for use.
  2. Cut the ends off endives, separating leaves. Arrange Belgian endive, orange sections and avocado slices in a serving bowl. Scatter with the olive rings, grape tomato halves, and onion strips. Drizzle the dressing over and serve with some bread.

78 comments:






Dr.Sameena Prathap
27/12/10 13:59

Hey,

Dats a great and colourful salad...:)

Dr.Sameena@

http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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Sanjeeta kk 27/12/10 14:05

What a lively medley of veggies and fruits, Angie. Looks refreshing full of life. Beautiful click.

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Barbara 27/12/10 14:13

Such a lovely presentation, Angie. And I love the walnut oil in the dressing. Endive is a favorite of mine; I use it in nearly every salad I make.

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♥peachkins♥ 27/12/10 14:51

that is the best looking salad dish I've ever seen...

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE 27/12/10 14:53

That's a heck-of-a clean out the fridge salad! Just gorgeous!

By the way~ I must have missed your comment about the shortbread in all the comments on that giveaway post! Sorry about that. They were truly amazing...and many of the friends who got to sample them here went straight to your blog to get the recipe! :)

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Jeannie 27/12/10 15:19

That is a very attractive salad! I would love to try it too!

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Sharon 27/12/10 16:14

This salad looks amazingly colourful! Looks delicious and refreshing!

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Heavenly Housewife 27/12/10 16:23

You've presented that salad so beautifully, it looks so elegant.
*kisses* HH

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angicock 27/12/10 16:30

Such a lovely presentation
kisses*

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kitchen flavours 27/12/10 16:32

Wow, you call this a clean-out-fridge salad? You must be kidding! This salad looks really gorgeous! Love it!

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Pacheco Patty 27/12/10 17:07

Such a beautiful salad, the presentation with the endives is striking! The leftovers in my fridge don't look anything like yours;-)

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Michael Toa 27/12/10 17:14

What a beautiful looking salad. I like the presentation. I like the dressing too, walnut oil, mustard, honey, yum.

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alison 27/12/10 17:26

looks like a magic flower your beautiful salad!
happy holidays!

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Faith 27/12/10 17:59

Wow, is this a gorgeous salad! I love clean-out-the-fridge recipes like this!

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Emily Z 27/12/10 18:22

Beautiful presentation and a delightful combination of flavors. Well done as always, Angie!

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Mother Rimmy 27/12/10 18:24

Yet another colorful delicious salad! Wonderful! Especially this time of year when we are all ready to move on from all the holiday treats.

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Santosh Bangar 27/12/10 18:41

wonderful and beautiful looking salad

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Claudia 27/12/10 18:53

When I clean out my fridge, the dishes are never as lovingly presented as yours. Stunning,healthy and delicious!

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Kumi 27/12/10 18:57

Oh, how pretty! Love how you arranged all the healthy ingredients to make such an attractive salad!

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Jennifurla 27/12/10 19:09

Oh how nice, very gorgeous presentation too

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aipi 27/12/10 19:17

I love the pictures of this salad! They look good enough to eat off the screen :)

US Masala

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Ivy 27/12/10 19:21

That's a very beautiful salad Angie. Happy Holidays.

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Fresh Local and Best 27/12/10 19:21

I like these clean out the fridge salads, because it needs to get done more often. The shell of endives is a beautiful arrangement.

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Torviewtoronto 27/12/10 19:26

colourful salad well presented

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Monet 27/12/10 19:46

The colors in this salad are so vibrant...and I'm sure the flavor is explosive. Thank you for sharing such a delicious treat with me. I hope your week and this upcoming year is full of blessings for you and those that you love.

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Priya 27/12/10 20:20

Marvellous salad, sooo beautiful!

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Roxan 27/12/10 21:19

Angie, beautiful presentation! I've tried making salads pretty like that but i've never been successful. I should probably just take one of your salads and replicate it.

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Tanantha @ I Just Love My Apron 27/12/10 21:35

Even though you used what you had left in the fridge, i have to say this salad looks so appetizing! yogurt and walnut oil are interesting. Love your presentation!

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Katie@Cozydelicious 27/12/10 22:55

So beautiful! I adore endive and I love the way you lined the bowl here -makes it look so pretty!

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Pegasuslegend 28/12/10 00:01

This is a beautiful salad very yummy!

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Honey 28/12/10 00:06

This looks delicious Angie! I've never used endives. I hope you had a very Merry Christmas as well! :-)

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Joy 28/12/10 00:39

What a treat ~ I love that dressing! Compliments of the Season!
And thankyou so much for your good wishes too!

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Soumya 28/12/10 01:57

Healthy and super delicious salad...awesome presentation

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Abhilash Pillai 28/12/10 03:24

the decoration is nice! A healthy prepration.

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Baking Barrister 28/12/10 03:42

What a delectable concoction. I recently discovered that eating with endive leaves makes salad infinitely more fun. I know, a fun salad right?

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Dishesdone 28/12/10 04:23

Your salad looks fantastic! I love everything you have in there, and it's done up beautifully!

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Diethood.com 28/12/10 04:59

Beautiful! I love your recipes - one after another - you never disappoint!

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denise @ quickies on the dinner table 28/12/10 06:58

Hi Angie - hope you had a lovely Christmas and are gearing up for a fabulous New Year!

I know this is a "clean the fridge out" recipe, but, as I have both oranges and avocados at the moment, I'm going to take this as a sign ;)

Happy New Year dear!!!

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thecompletecookbook 28/12/10 07:12

That is such a pretty salad and so colourful. Yummy.
:-) Mandy

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wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more 28/12/10 07:27

The endive makes the dish look like a lotus, very pretty

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MaryMoh 28/12/10 09:30

Beautiful presentation! Looks like a big flower! :D

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OohLookBel 28/12/10 11:39

Your salad is so pretty - you would not think that it's part of a fridge cleanout! And it would certainly make me eat more vegetables, and that's a good thing =)

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delphcotecuisine 28/12/10 13:01

I love endives with orange, this recipe is fabulous and very yummy
thanks for sharing
have a nice day
bises from France
Delphine

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marla 28/12/10 13:59

This is such a gorgeous salad & I love that you can toss anything in it & still have such a beauty! Great presentation with the endive :)

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Debbi Does Dinner Healthy 28/12/10 14:24

I love the clean out the frig salads!! i've totally done that. Never quite so beautifully though!

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Joanne 28/12/10 14:56

I never really know how to feel about endives but they look so splendid here that I need to try this!

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Reeni 28/12/10 16:00

I'm craving a giant salad just like this Angie, after all the heavy foods and sweet I've been eating! The dressing sounds extra yummy too. Hope you had a great Christmas - Happy New Year!

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Rumana Rawat 28/12/10 17:46

What a lovely presentation... i love it:)

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Stella 28/12/10 18:18

Whoa! This looks so pretty-there's nothing like a good salad too. So fresh and so clean (smile) clean...
I do always wonder about salads that have orange and olive in them-it seems strange to me, but some of the things I thought were strange at one time are some of my favorites now. Hmm...

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sweetlife 28/12/10 19:32

a beautiful salad, love the combo of flavors and great way to clean the fridge!!

sweetlife

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ravienomnoms 28/12/10 20:12

That looks so great! I love avocado more than I can say so I am just sure I would love this!

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Catherine 28/12/10 23:56

This salad looks delectable Angie! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and beautiful new year to come!
Hugs and Blessings~

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Magic of Spice 29/12/10 01:04

I am afraid cleaning out my fridge would never produce such a lovely salad...Love this presentation and would be so great for New Years :)
Wishing you a most amazing New Year!

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Tiffany 29/12/10 01:24

All the colors of the rainbow in one bowl! Beautiful! And I LOVE that you used walnut oil in the dressing!

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Chow and Chatter 29/12/10 02:04

lovely salad can I add it to a Florida Citrus growers blog and link to you?

Have a fab new years

love

Rebecca

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noobcook 29/12/10 05:01

love your presentation - looks like a giant flower salad bowl, so pretty! Happy New Year! ♥

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Cake Duchess 29/12/10 05:29

Gorgeous salad. I love crisp endive. This looks so healthy and reminds me to eat MORE salad!:)Happy New Year!

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Cristina 29/12/10 09:45

A spectacular, fresh display salad. I need to do more with endive, this looks just beautiful!

Happy New Year's to you, Angie!

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Elin 29/12/10 12:39

Lovely salad ! Thanks for the idea of using whatever is left in the fridge to make a salad :) Happy New Year to you and all at home. Looking forward to more exciting and delicious dishes from you next year :))

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carmenpiva 29/12/10 13:27

Hi, Angie! Want to wish you a Happy New Year, and I've done so in my blog... Would you mind visiting my latest post...? Thanks.
xxx

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Norma 29/12/10 17:52

This salad is beautiful...looks like a water lily.

Happy New Year!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 29/12/10 18:28

What a beautiful presentation the endive makes! The salad and dressing sound delicious and just what I need after all of the holiday indulgences.

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A Canadian Foodie 29/12/10 19:24

What a beautiful salad, Angie! What I love about you is the wide range of culinary expertise you have. You are the master of all things bread - and yet, when you do a salad - it is with a special nut oil - and well thought out. Nothing ordinary, at all. Continually a complex flavour party here! Your family is so fortunate!
Happy New Year to you and your family! I cannot wait to hear how you bring it in!
:)
valerie

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5 Star Foodie 29/12/10 20:14

A lovely salad, beautiful presentation with the endives!

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Gulmohar 29/12/10 20:29

Beautiful salad and loved your presentation :-)

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She's Cookin' 29/12/10 21:31

I don't think I've ever seen a "clean out the fridge" dish as gorgeous as this salad! Fresh and flavorfu and presented beautifully. Happy New Year, Angie!

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Katy 30/12/10 01:52

Avocado and oranges, two of my favorite ingredients combined in a beautiful salad. I would have to have this whole bowl to myself :)

Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year!

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Elisabeth 30/12/10 02:58

Endive salads are so pretty, and add so much flair to any salads, but yours is a "work of art" that it's so pretty, yet so yummy, at the same time.
I've done many different designs with the endive, but never did one like yours.
HAPPY NEW YEAR, ANGIE!
Hugs!

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Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 30/12/10 07:23

you have a right attitude, no waste and appreciate all foods that we have. This salad look nice and simple. Happy New Year to you and all at home.

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dining tables 30/12/10 13:39

The salad is so pretty! I love the colors and all the fruits in there!

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Pete 30/12/10 15:32

Mmmmm, have avocado inside...love the creamy texture!

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Cheah 30/12/10 15:58

The salad looks simple enough to prepare. Enjoying your clicks!

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Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 30/12/10 19:18

The endive leaves make this look so elegant. I only wish my clean-out-the-fridge dishes ever looked so good ;p. Happy New Year!

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tasteofbeirut 1/1/11 17:34

I just had an endive salad recently and was reminded of how much I love endives! Lovely, bittersweet and crispy.

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Create. Snap. Eat. 2/1/11 07:19

I am in love with this presentation!

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