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Hapxxr Trxze

A1 Sauce Almond Jo - 0 views

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Matti Narkia

Sesame Salad Dressing - Dr. Weil's Healthy Kitchen - 0 views

    This salad dressing has some unusual ingredients for an outstanding flavor. The small amount of steamed zucchini gives the dressing some of its texture, and the combination of garlic, lemon juice and soy gives the dressing its zip. It is great on a salad of Asian or baby greens, or try it over steamed asparagus or broccoli.

Buy Fresh Salad Box Online | Inhydrogreens - 0 views

    It is important to make salads that are fresh, and vitamin-rich, especially in the summer. With Herbaria's new Salad Box you can create a variety of different dressings to complement your salad plate. Five delicious organic spice blends are included in the box, as are recipes (in German) for each blend.
Anatoliy Simeonov

Grilled Turkey Salad | All blog roll - 0 views

    Grilled Turkey Salad With Buttermilk Dressing Grilled turkey salad with buttermilk dressing for your perfect summer dinner. This is a refreshing way to use leftover holiday turkey. #salad #dinner #healthyfood #recipes #food
Lisa Parker

Raspberry Vinaigrette Dressing by KaTom Restaurant Supply Weblog - 0 views

    This dressing will perk up even the most ordinary salad!
policomm ray

Tuscan Tomato, Cucumber & Bread Salad - 0 views

  • Tuscan Tomato, Cucumber & Bread Salad
  • “Panzanella, little swamp, is another tomato favorite, a salad of oil, vinegar, tomatoes, basil, cucumber, minced onion, and stale bread soaked in water and squeezed dry - a true invention from necessity. Since bread must be bought every day, Tuscan cooking makes good use of leftovers.” Nothing could be easier. I used 3 small tomatoes cut up in small bites, half a cucumber also cut up into small bites, minced onion, fresh local basil, 8 slices of leftover hard baguette seasoned with salt and pepper. Like many Tuscan cooks, I added the olive oil and vinegar by eye but you should know the typical ratio is 3 parts oil to 1 part vinegar. The bread was soaked in water and squeezed as dry as possible. At first I didn’t think it would taste very good but after dressing the salad and letting it sit for a while, the bread gave the salad a wonderful texture and absorbed some of the seasoning with the juices from the vegetables. It was amazing.  And it went great with a chilled bottle of Prosecco!

Chicken tikka kebabs with cucumber and coriander salad - 0 views

    Chicken tikka kebabs with cucumber and coriander salad Marinated in spice and mild curry paste, these chicken skewers are dressed to grill. Nutrition Energy 2355kJ; Fat saturated 5.50g; Fat Total 27.00g; Carbohydrate sugars -; Carbohydrate Total 42.00g; Dietary Fibre 6.50g; Protein 35.00g; Cholesterol -; Sodium -. Share This Recipe with your friends if you Liked. Thank you #FoodRecipes #Recipes #Food #Quick&Easy #Salad #Pasta #Breakfast #Soup #Dessert #Pizza #World cuisines
gina syarif

Blue Cheese Artichoke Dip - 0 views

    If you love blue cheese as a salad dressing, then you'll love it as a dip!

Asian carrot and sprout salad - 0 views

    Tired of the same old salads? Here's a smart carrot and beansprout version that you can dress to impress! Nutrition Energy 814kJ; Fat saturated 1.70g; Fat Total 13.40g; Carbohydrate sugars g; Carbohydrate Total 10.90g; Dietary Fibre 5.50g; Protein 5.20g; Cholesterol mg; Sodium 90.00mg.
policomm ray

Tomato Mint Salad Recipe | Cookthink - 0 views

  • 1 1/2-ounce bunch fresh mint 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1/4 cup orange juice 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 clove garlic, pressed or minced 4 to 6 (depending on size) perfectly ripe tomatoes
  • 1. Pick the leaves from the branches of mint, wash thoroughly and chop finely. 2. In a non-metallic serving bowl, mix the mint leaves with the olive oil, orange juice, vinegar, garlic, salt and pepper. 3. Slice the tomatoes and place in the dressing, turning the slices so that they are evenly coated. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving.
    Orange juice and balsamic bring out the natural sweetness of ripe tomatoes and mint perks up the whole dish.
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