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Peach, Goat Cheese, Honey, Arugula Salad

Recipe by 900 Wall

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Chef Clifford Eslinger

This peach, goat cheese, honey, arugula salad is simple and fresh; perfect for summer. The flavors complement each other perfectly–the sweet honey, the strong, creamy goat cheese and the bright, floral peaches. Enjoy it for any occasion!


Peach, Goat Cheese, Honey, Arugula Salad Recipe

Makes 4 servings | Approx. time: 10 minutes

4 ripe peaches cut in half, pits removed
8 very thin slices of prosciutto
2 cups baby arugula leaves
8 ounces fresh goat cheese
1 cup Marcona almonds
8 ounces honeycomb
Extra virgin olive oil
Salt and pepper

Sear the peaches cut-side-down in a cast iron pan over medium-high heat

with a small amount of oil until the peaches are darkly browned. Remove

from pan and cut each half peach into 4 pieces. Toss the arugula in a bowl

with some extra virgin olive oil and the salt and pepper. Dish arugula out

among the 4 plates and arrange the peach slices on top. Tear prosciutto into

smaller pieces and lay over the peaches on each plate. Crumble the goat

cheese evenly on the salad. Divide the honeycomb among the 4 plates in

small chunks dropped from a spoon.

 

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