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Celery and Apple Salad Recipe

Updated on September 12, 2013

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5 stars from 3 ratings of Celery Apple Salad Recipe

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Add lemon juice to the diced apples in a large bowl.
Add lemon juice to the diced apples in a large bowl.
Chop the celery and add to the bowl.
Chop the celery and add to the bowl.
Add the halved grapes and chopped walnuts.
Add the halved grapes and chopped walnuts.
Add Greek lemon yogurt.
Add Greek lemon yogurt.
For best results let it set for several hours to bring out the flavors.
For best results let it set for several hours to bring out the flavors.

Refigerate Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 4 hours
Ready in: 4 hours 15 min
Yields: Serves 6

Ingredients

  • 1/3 Cup Celery, Diced
  • 1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice
  • 3 Granny Smith Apples, Diced
  • 1 Cup Red Grapes, Halved
  • 1/4 Cup Walnuts, Chopped
  • 1 6 oz. Container Greek Lemon Yogert

Instructions

  1. Core and dice apples. Place in a large bowl and coat with lemon juice.
  2. Chop celery, grapes and walnuts.
  3. Mix celery, grapes and walnuts with the apples.
  4. Pour in yogert and mix well.
  5. Cover bowl and refrigerate several hours or overnight to blend the flavors.
  6. Make sure to make the night before so the yogurt has a chance to set up.

Change the Recipe

This delicious, quick and healthy celery and apple salad is yummy as is or can be easily changed. This recipe is versatile because you can use any type of apples, grapes, or yogurt that you happen to have in your refrigerator. Feel free to change the recipe to your preference. Some suggestions include adding any of the following:

  • Dried cranberries
  • Raisins
  • Walnuts
  • Candied Nuts
  • Marshmallow
  • Different flavored yogurts
  • Chicken
  • Peaches


How to Dice an Apple Video Tutorial

How to Dice an Apple Picture Tutorial

This recipe requires the cook to dice an apple. Here are easy instructions on how to dice an apple the correct way.

Peel your apple or wash and dry the apple. Pull off produce sticker. Start by placing your apple on its natural base with the stem side facing up.
Peel your apple or wash and dry the apple. Pull off produce sticker. Start by placing your apple on its natural base with the stem side facing up.
Slice down from the top of the apple to the base just outside the core on one side.
Slice down from the top of the apple to the base just outside the core on one side.
Rotate the apple 180 degrees and slice down from the top of the apple to the base just outside the core on the other side.
Rotate the apple 180 degrees and slice down from the top of the apple to the base just outside the core on the other side.
Lay the remaining piece flat to make it more stable. Cut off the last two sides of the apple making sure to avoid the core. Throw the core away.
Lay the remaining piece flat to make it more stable. Cut off the last two sides of the apple making sure to avoid the core. Throw the core away.
Place the apple pieces on the flat side to make them easier to cut
Place the apple pieces on the flat side to make them easier to cut
To cut into slices, place the knife on top of the apple and draw it from the part of the apple furthest from you slicing towards you. Pull the tip of the knife all the way through the apple. Make sure to cut each slice the same width.
To cut into slices, place the knife on top of the apple and draw it from the part of the apple furthest from you slicing towards you. Pull the tip of the knife all the way through the apple. Make sure to cut each slice the same width.
Cut across the slices the same width apart like a grid, to make a nice dice.
Cut across the slices the same width apart like a grid, to make a nice dice.
Cut like a grid.
Cut like a grid.

How to Dice Celery Video Tutorial

How to Dice Celery Picture Tutorial

This recipe requires the cook to dice celery. Here are easy instructions on how to dice celery the correct way.

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Pull celery stem pieces off the main stalk just by pulling down gently.
Pull celery stem pieces off the main stalk just by pulling down gently.
Rinse your celery well under running water in the kitchen sink.
Rinse your celery well under running water in the kitchen sink.
Line up two or three celery stems.
Line up two or three celery stems.
Begin by trimming the ends off. First trim the top end off.
Begin by trimming the ends off. First trim the top end off.
Second trim the bottom end off.
Second trim the bottom end off.
Cut stems into three pieces. They do not need to be even.
Cut stems into three pieces. They do not need to be even.
To cut into slices, place the knife on top of the celery stem and draw it from the part furthest from you slicing towards you. Pull the tip of the knife all the way through the celery. Make sure to cut each slice the same width to keep them even.
To cut into slices, place the knife on top of the celery stem and draw it from the part furthest from you slicing towards you. Pull the tip of the knife all the way through the celery. Make sure to cut each slice the same width to keep them even.
Cut across the slices the same width apart like a grid, to complete the dice.
Cut across the slices the same width apart like a grid, to complete the dice.

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      Karen A Szklany 5 years ago from New England

      Oooh, this looks sooooo delicious! May make some today . :0)

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      CarlySullens 5 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

      LaThing I appreciate you stopping by and commenting. I also like pairing vegetables and fruits, especially in the summer.

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      CarlySullens 5 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

      phdast, thank you for stopping by. No one ever showed me how to dice an apple or celery either. It is a lot easier and quicker when you do it the right way and have a sharp enough knife.

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      Theresa Ast 5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Great recipe. I love all the options you provided. So helpful when you are missing an ingredient or you just want to make the recipe more your own. I loved all the photographs about hot to properly dice an apple. All these many years and no one ever showed me that. lol Thanks. :)

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      LaThing 5 years ago from From a World Within, USA

      I love this salad! I love salads in general, but that mixture of fruits and veggies makes them even more desirable :)

      Your hub is beautifully laid out.....

      Thanks for sharing!

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      Ceres Schwarz 5 years ago

      This celery and apple salad recipe looks really good. Your images of how to make this recipe really help to visualize things for the reader to show them how to properly make the celery and apple salad. Your photo tutorial on how to dice apples and celery was also very helpful and really show the exact process of what to do.

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      Tonette Fornillos 5 years ago from The City of Generals

      Carly, I'm rating a 100% to this looking so appetizing and sounds so healthy salad. Loved the photos, you made it looked like so fun to do. I'm bookmarking, I've been on a lookout for recipes like this. Thank you so much. Wishes of healthiness all the time:=)-Tonette

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      Tammy 5 years ago from USA

      I love this salad! It is a main staple in our household in the summer. Thanks for sharing it!

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      Susan 5 years ago from India

      Great salad recipe with awesome pics. Thank you for sharing.

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      CarlySullens 5 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

      Eric, throw some chicken, marshmallows and maybe even chips in it and you have a more manly salad. :)

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      CarlySullens 5 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

      MsDora thank you for stopping by and voting up and sharing. I appreciate it!

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      Eric Dierker 5 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Cool, no I mean cool and light for warmer days. Thanks. Although it may be a bit too healthy for my manly man eating habits.

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      Dora Weithers 5 years ago from The Caribbean

      Thanks for the recipe plus the video and pictorial tutorials. Voted Up!

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      CarlySullens 5 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

      Thank your Rebecca, it is really simple to make, easy to remember and very yummy too.

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      Rebecca Mealey 5 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Simple. Easy. Healthy, and tasty. What a cool salad recipe! Thanks! I can remember it, too. Yah!

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