Recipe: Strawberry salad

You may be surprise how well strawberries work in a salad, particularly at a family gathering or BBQ. Spinach and goat’s cheese add an earthy twist to this luxurious starter or midweek lunch. The addition of walnuts means you get extra protein for energy throughout the day. The creamy goat’s cheese and earthy walnuts are offset by the freshness of the spinach leaves and the zing of the strawberries. This light but immensely satisfying dish is perfect for indulging on a hot summer’s day.

Aldi’s Strawberry, Spinach & Goat’s Cheese Salad
400g punnet Strawberries
200g bag Spinach leaves
130g bag Walnuts
150g log soft Goat’s Cheese
100ml Solesta Olive Oil – plus a little extra for frying
Juice of 1 lime
1 tsp Stonemill Dried Parsley
Salt and Black Pepper
Saute the walnuts in a little oil in a large frying pan or wok until slightly burnt, cool, then chop roughly.
Wash and hull the strawberries, then slice.
Gently rip the spinach leaves.
Put the spinach leaves, walnuts and strawberries into a large bowl.
Gently break the goats’ cheese and sprinkle over the salad.
To make the dressing, whisk the lime juice, parsley and the olive oil together. Season with some salt and pepper, pour over the salad, gently toss and serve.
Fact file
Aldi is Britain’s fifth largest supermarket with 880 stores and more than 34,000 employees.
Aldi is attracting hundreds of thousands of new customers every year with its range of exclusive brands, passing low operating costs on to customers in the form of low prices.
The supermarket believes in making every day amazing and that’s why every single day Aldi delivers on the best possible value for millions of families throughout the UK and Ireland across everything from award-winning fresh produce to world class gin.
Aldi won’t be beaten on price; consistently racks up award after award for quality; treats its suppliers with fairness and respect and recognises the responsibility of supporting valued institutions such as Team GB to demonstrate the importance of health and wellness. That’s Aldi. That’s everyday amazing. The reason they do this? Because Aldi believes that everyone should have access to fresh, healthy, affordable food…it’s a right, not a privilege.



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