Posts Tagged ‘salad’
One of the often overlooked foods that can make a huge impact on your health is the salad dressings that you use. It’s so easy to blend up a bottle of homemade dressing. Really, you just add ingredients to a blender and blend. But it’s also easy to just pick up a pre-made bottle off the shelf and convince yourself that a little dressing won’t hurt you. Most people do it. The problem is that store bought salad dressings can be the worse culprits in bringing your health down. Some of the most unhealthy ingredients can be found in those little plastic bottles that line our store shelves. || Read more
This sweet and spicy fruit and vegetable salad recipe is bursting with flavor, color, life and creativity. This is soul food that feeds the senses and makes you feel happy to be alive. Not only do the abundant fresh enzymes give you sustaining energy physically but the mingled scents and rich taste aliven our own senses and make us feel creative, connected and in tune. Yes, I really believe you can get all of this out of one salad. It’s an adventure in a bowl. || Read more
This easy massaged kale salad recipe simplifies the process of making it, so it’s a breeze to make and enjoy at home often. It does take a little time to massage the kale but other than that it is easy. This favorite salad is delicious and loaded with nutrients as kale is the most nutritionally rich vegetabe there is! The technique is easy and the basic recipe includes only 4 ingredients. Then you can add other favorite ingredients to change it up and create your own version of it with what you have at home.
This salad was inspired by a list of ingredients written in a cookbook binder by Andre at Lotus Heart. They read: beets, carrots, pecans, mint, lime, balsamic vinegar and arugula of course, or something like that. Maybe I added a couple or left a couple ingredients out, but the main thing is that the final salad was really delicious! ..and we now have an actual recipe to follow and go with! || Read more
This kale salad has been my favorite lately. I made it and we all loved it, and I I made it again the next night. That’s a sign of real love! The smoked paprika is not overpowering and combines well with the sweet apple. But it’s not only the taste that is fantastic in this salad, it has a great texture as well. || Read more
This recipe was one of my favorites that I made last year for a chickpea diet book. It has roasted zucchini and fennel along with lots of herbs: parsley, mint and oregano, which together give an amazing flavor to this protein-rich chickpea and quinoa salad. || Read more
This delicious salad recipe is a delight to the senses with it’s contrasting and enhancing flavors. Sweet pineapple calms the slightly bitter radicchio. Basil and cilantro liven up apple and carrot. Colors explode and delight the eyes, like a painting on canvas. Vibrant, crisp, fresh, colors, textures and flavors pop and add life and excitement to your plate. This is a great off-the-beaten-track exotic dish that is wonderful to share with people you love! || Read more