Ingredients

How to make it

  • Mince shallot, whisk with vinegar, honey, mustard, salt and pepper in small bowl.
  • Add oil and whisk well. Reserve.
  • Wash and spin dry greens. Chill.
  • Thread halved peaches on soaked skewers, dip cut peach sides in raw sugar,
  • Grill over medium heat on oiled grill until you get nice char marks.
  • Remove from skewers carefully. Don't burn yourself.
  • Toss chilled greens with the dressing.
  • Divide evenly between four plates
  • Top with warm peach chunks and sprinkle with toasted nuts and crumbled blue cheese.
  • Alternately, a slightly dressier version can be made by cutting creamy saga blue cheese in a baby wedge on top of a crostini; served as a side, crunchy savory cheese toast with the salad of warm peaches and dressed greens.

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  • sparow64 2 years ago
    Never had this combo, but why not? Sounds really good, and I am going to try this!
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    chefmeow ate it and said...
    Yummy, yummy, yummy. Made this last night for some friends we had over and it was a HUGE hit. Thanks for a great post. This is a keeper for sure. You have my 5.
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Classic pairing is right! I love blue cheese with sweet and salty - your post sounds absolutely heavenly, and perfect for summer entertaining...what a pretty and impressive company dish - you never cease to amaze me, notcho!! (can't wait to try the raw sugar idea on the grilled fruit - has to be fantastic...you've made me very, very hungry again)
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    " It was excellent "
    recipesrule ate it and said...
    This looks so gourmet and delicious. I think the presentation would be impressive and deserving of company. Can't wait to try it. Peaches not real good here yet, and would have to hunt down some grapeseed oil. I've never used that. Will have to break down and get some of that not-so-cheap sherry vinegar. Have just been subbing with sherry and rice wine vinegar, but am finding more and more recipes using it. Thanks for the post. You've got my 5!
    Betty
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    " It was excellent "
    kimmer ate it and said...
    Sounds delightful! Will have to try.
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