Peach, tomato, blue cheese and walnut savoury salad

I am a huge fan of savoury salads with fruit. The fruit gives a sweetness and a twang which balances the saltiness of the dressing and, particularly, any cheese which is included. This is an especially fruity salad because, technically, the tomatoes are also fruit (grown on a vine, like grapes).

The overall effect is fresh and different.

This salad is a great way to use up leftover blue cheese, elderly nuts, and over-mature fruit.

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