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Radish & Gorgonzola Salad

    Radish & Gorgonzola Salad

    This recipe for the chopped salad includes a creamy dressing that goes exceptionally well with the tangy crumbles of Gorgonzola cheese, the fiery radishes, and the fresh romaine lettuce.

    After giving the two ingredients together a try, it’s easy to see why radishes and gorgonzola cheese are frequently paired together in meals. The sharp, tangy flavour of radishes pairs wonderfully with the pungent flavour of blue cheese. These two elements have been brought together in this mouthwatering Gorgonzola salad that is an absolute must-make recipe.

    The cheese is the focal point of this dish; in addition to serving as a garnish for the salad, it is also the primary ingredient in the outrageously delicious blue cheese dressing that we make at home. This is the perfect green salad for you to eat if you are a fan of blue cheese.

    What’s in this Radish & Gorgonzola Salad Recipe?

    Radish & Gorgonzola Salad

    Because of its adaptability, this Gorgonzola salad recipe has quickly become one of our top picks among salad recipes. It goes wonderfully with a wide variety of foods, from a BBQ sandwich to a Margherita pizza. What are all of the ingredients that go into making this mouthwatering side dish? This is what you’ll find inside:

    Romaine & green cabbage: The body of this salad is made up of a combination of romaine lettuce and green cabbage, which creates a difference in both flavour and texture!

    Sliced radishes: Radishes, sliced, lend a spicy note and a satisfying crunch to the meal.
    Gorgonzola crumbles: This blue cheese kind lends an earthy, opulent quality to each mouthful.

    Homemade blue cheese dressing: Everything is kept together by this velvety handmade dressing, which is produced from blue cheese and nicely complements the other ingredients.

    Making the Creamy Gorgonzola Dressing

    Radish & Gorgonzola Salad

    Many tend to shy away from making their own blue cheese dressing because they believe it is difficult to get just right. In reality, however, we discovered that the opposite is true—that is to say, that preparing this gorgonzola dressing is ridiculously simple. The following are the fundamental stages involved in preparing the dressing:

    • Mash up a handful of Gorgonzola cheese crumbles with apple cider vinegar to make a creamy paste.
    • Whisk in yogurt, mayonnaise, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper until a creamy dressing forms.
    • Stir in another handful of cheese crumbles to make for a chunky texture.

    After creating this Gorgonzola salad dish, you might have some of the dressing left over, but any leftovers will remain edible for up to a week if they are stored in the refrigerator. This sauce has multiple applications; it may be used as a dip for vegetable sticks, drizzled onto pizza, used as a dressing for potato salad or egg salad, and even more! It doesn’t matter how you eat it; it will still blow your mind.

    A Few Favorite ways to Use Radishes!

    Radish & Gorgonzola Salad

    Do you have a passion for radishes? To help you use up the whole lot, here are a few additional simple radish recipes:

    • Easy salad with radishes The combination of chickpeas and herbs with this crisp vegetable makes for a dish that is all at once simple, fresh, and delectable.
    • Radishes cooked in the oven This quick and novel recipe for a side dish calls for tossing radishes into a hot oven; the resulting vegetables are vivid and juicy, with a flavour that is sweet and subdued.
    • Toasts made with radish This recipe for radish toast is a straightforward yet sophisticated alternative for breakfast or brunch, and it can be prepared in just five minutes.
    • Butter and salt are added to the radishes. Radishes topped with butter and salt are a classic and refined appetizer that is popular in France. To bring out the full flavour of the radishes, cook them in butter of the highest quality and season them with sea salt.


    • 1/2 head green cabbage
    • 1/2 head romaine lettuce
    • 8 to 10 radishes
    • Gorgonzola cheese crumbles
    • 1 recipe Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing (using Gorgonzola cheese)


    • Prepare the romaine lettuce and cabbage by chopping each into small bite-sized pieces. Cut the radishes into thin slices.
    • Prepare the dressing using blue cheese (using Gorgonzola cheese).
    • Mix the vegetables with the dressing in the quantity that you like. When ready to serve, sprinkle crumbled Gorgonzola and freshly ground black pepper on top.
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