We like to say that summer tastes like a tomato sandwich on white bread or a serving of fresh blueberry cobbler. Have you ever wondered what spring tastes like? To answer that question, we present this pretty spring salad. This dish is full of spring vegetable highlights: thinly shaved asparagus, sugar snaps and peas for sweetness, radish for a little bite and lots of herbs – both on the goat cheese and mint leaves in the salad. We dressed this salad with a simple dressing of lemon and olive oil to let the vegetables and the tender spring greens shine. Take care to treat the vegetables right and allow them to shine in this spring mix salad. Seek out fresh vegetables at your local farmers’ market to get the best produce. Larger spears of asparagus are easier to shave. Simply hold each spear by the tip and shave downward as if you’re peeling it. Continue shaving until you have a piece remaining that’s too thin to shave. You can discard that piece or toss it in the salad as well. The goat cheese rounds, which are very bright and refreshing with lots of herby flavor going on, can be made up to one day in advance.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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