The first time I saw pink apples, I knew I needed to share them with the Instructables audience. I asked my friendly produce manager, "What does one do with pink apples?" And this is what he told me. Almost literally. He didn't say "Make a salad." He just started listing ingredients.
So that's what I made and boy, oh boy, was it amazing. Ok, so I added the pecans and swapped a stronger goat's cheese for feta, and I didn't have the recommended lemon juice, so I used white balsamic vinegar. Still fantastic.
Pink apples are very tart and lend a real brightness to this salad (both visually and tasteually - pretty sure that's a word). If you can find them in your local market, you're one lucky dog. Try this salad tonight!
1 pink pearl apple, peeled and sliced thinly
Big ole mess of mixed greens
1 spring onion or tiny red onion, sliced thinly
1 Tablespoon goats cheese
1 handful pecans (toasted opt)
Drizzle of olive oil (opt)
Fresh cracked pepper
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