Category: Side Salads

diet-eat.net – Pear Salad with blue cheese

This Pear Salad is a stellar combination of flavours reminiscent of your favourite cheeseboard – juicy pear with piquant pops of blue cheese, toasty walnuts and a Honey Mustard Dressing. Peppery rocket (arugula) is an ideal refreshing contrast to use as the leafy base. Excellent salad option for a starter, or as a stylish side

Japanese Slaw - Chargrill Charlie's Copycat piled up on a plate, ready to be eaten

diet-eat.net – Japanese Slaw – Chargrill Charlie’s Copycat

By:Nagi Published:30 Aug ’21Updated:30 Aug ’21 This is a copycat of a Japanese Slaw sold at a charcoal chicken chain called Chargrill Charlie’s here in Sydney. This slaw-like salad has a Japanese spin with a scattering of edamame, sesame-dressed Wakame seaweed salad and a creamy soy dressing. The seaweed totally makes it! Japanese Slaw –

Green Papaya Salad (Thai) piled on a plate

diet-eat.net – Green Papaya Salad | RecipeTin Eats

Listed in CNN Travel’s Top 50 Foods of the World, Green Papaya Salad is everything you know and love about South-East Asian salads. It’s a riot of fresh colours and crunchy textures, brought to life with a signature sour-sweet-savoury dressing spiked with a whack of fresh chilli. Now THIS is what I call a salad!!!

Big bowl of Garden salad

diet-eat.net – Garden Salad | RecipeTin Eats

My old school Garden Salad. The one I can make any day because I always have these vegetables on hand. Sometimes, I even get real fancy and add a sprinkle of parsley. 😳 There really are no rules when it comes to a Garden Salad. Any greens, any vegetables, with a classic simple salad dressing.

Overhead photo of Blood Orange Salad

diet-eat.net – Blood Orange Salad | RecipeTin Eats

Blood oranges are in season for just a few months of the year. Use them while you can! Here’s a simple Blood Orange Salad that lets this strikingly coloured fruit shine, both visually and flavour-wise. Shaved fennel provides a neutral salad base, while the juice from the oranges becomes part of the dressing. This salad

Close up of Yotam Ottolenghi

diet-eat.net – Ottolenghi’s Green Bean Salad | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:5 Jul ’21Updated:5 Jul ’21 This is a bewitching green salad from Yotam Ottolenghi’s wildly popular cookbook Jerusalem. An earthy crispy-garlic-cumin-coriander-caper dressing combined with beans, chervil, tarragon and a dusting of lemon zest, it’s distinctly Middle Eastern but with a touch of French. It’s very unique, and very, very good! Ottolenghi’s Green Bean Salad

Close up of Lentil Ragout - French lentil side dish

diet-eat.net – Lentil Ragout – French Puy lentil side dish

By:Nagi Published:9 Jun ’21Updated:9 Jun ’21 Lentils can be so dull. Trust the French to make them exciting!! Lentil Ragout is a classic French way of cooking lentils. Aromatics are sautéed before simmering Puy lentils in stock so they absorb the flavour. It’s an outstanding side dish that’s easy to make, and the perfect side

Bowl of Warm French Goat

diet-eat.net – Warm French Goat’s Cheese Salad (Salade de Chêvre Chaud)

Warm Goat’s Cheese Salad is a classic starter found in bistros all across France. Called Salade de Chêvre Chaud, it’s a fresh leaf salad with nuts and bacon, and crowned with pan-fried goat’s cheese medallions that are golden outside and oozing inside. Simple to make, this most French of French salads makes for a chic

German Potato Salad in a salad ready to be served

diet-eat.net – German Potato Salad | RecipeTin Eats

This is a warm potato salad, German-style! Slices of boiled potato are tossed in a warm, tangy-sweet bacon vinaigrette while hot so they absorb the flavour. They’re then showered with crispy, golden bacon bits and hit with freshness from dill and green onion. This excellent combination of flavours and textures makes this quite possibly my

Mixing German Cucumber Salad in a bowl

diet-eat.net – German Cucumber Salad | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:12 May ’21Updated:12 May ’21 This is a great, easy and refreshing German Cucumber Salad that’s something a little different to the usual. Called Gurkensalat, it’s a staple side salad in every household in Germany. It’s particularly favoured during the warmer weather for its cooling effects, as well as making a perfect accompaniment to counter

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