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CUCUMBER N BLACK GRAM CHAAT

My favourite these days.... chaats and salads. Always looking forward for some good alternatives for carbohydrates, I find such dishes best suited to my changed tastebuds. I do not follow any strict diet as such or as prescribed by the dieticians. I...
by CURRY AND SPICE on Dec 14, 2016

Barley, Chickpea Salad with Carrots and Pumpkin Seeds

Recipe for a Barley, Chickpea Salad with Carrots and Pumpkin SeedsRelated Posts:Bulgur Salad with Pomegranate SeedsReview: Freekeh, Chickpea and Herb SaladLemony Barley Lentil SaladLentil Salad with Pumpkin and RomanescoCarrot Chickpea Tajine...
by Vegalicious on Sep 1, 2016

Apple Pie Filling Fruit Salad

With it's mix of crisp fresh fruit, tender chunks of cooked apples, and cinnamon-laced glaze, Apple Pie Filling Fruit Salad will be loved by all.  Perfect for breakfast, brunch, potluck get-togethers, or as a simple dinner side.Sometimes a simpl...
by The Kitchen is My Playground on Aug 26, 2016

Bulgur Salad with Cucumber, Red Pepper, Chickpea, Lemon Juice and Dill

Do you know bulgur? It is a cracked and partially pre-cooked whole wheat grain and therefore high-fiber wheat food. Bulgur is also a low-fat and gluten-free ingredient, suitable for  preparation of… Příspěvek Bulgur Salad with Cucu...
by 1001 Voyages Gourmands on Aug 25, 2016

Green Peach Salad

This lovely salad comes from a cookery book which I just love and can't recommend enough. Genius Recipes, by Kristen Miglore.  Its a compilation of  recipes that promise to rethink the way you cook.   There hasn't been a dud in th...
by The English Kitchen on Aug 23, 2016

I like to eat ...

We had our annual block party recently, and I decided to make two dips. Most of our neighbors are pretty traditional in their food choices, and we're the only vegans, so I made something everyone would recognize, and not consider weird — hummus. I...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on Aug 22, 2016

Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean

Forget the old adage of ‘When life hand you lemons, make lemonade.’ This month I’m going with ‘When life hands you peaches, make this Bourbon Peach Jam with Vanilla Bean.’ And life has handed me a ton of peaches! Perfect...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 18, 2016

Borlotti Bean and Tuna Salad

It only takes 15 minutes to make this simple borlotti bean and tuna salad. It’s enough to feed a family of 4 and it’s packed with healthy goodness. This tasty recipe makes for an excellent quick healthy meal, ideal as a lunch or dinner op...
by Neils Healthy Meals on Aug 17, 2016

Dill & Tarragon Potato Salad

We’re having a great potato season again in the garden this year; so we get to try lots of recipes using potatoes.  I wasn’t very familiar with the taste of tarragon; but like dill in potato salads so last ye...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Aug 17, 2016

Apple, Blueberry, Bean, Cucumber Salad with Feta Cheese 苹果蓝莓黄瓜杂豆沙拉

This summer, I made more salads than any other last summer(s). Not because it was unusually hot (it is always hot in summer); but because I was unusually "lazy" - looking for ways to make quick and easy meals out of salads.  The type of salad wh...
by teczcape - an escape to food on Aug 16, 2016

Sweet Kale Salad (Costco Copycat)

I’m a big fan of the salad kits at Costco. You know what I’m talking about — the Sweet Kale one and the Asian Crunchy one? They’re great when you need a side dish or a potluck offering in a pinch. And everyone loves them. BUT.
by Perrys' Plate on Aug 15, 2016

Best Summer Cocktails

While I really enjoy making cocktails all year round; summer is the best time. So much fresh fruit, citrus and herbs that you can hardly go wrong with any combination. I thought it might be a good idea to do a refresher today since I have LOVED so ma...
by Creative Culinary on Aug 5, 2016

Grilled Vegetable Potluck Salad with Creamy Avocado Ranch

  Sometimes I have anxiety over potlucks — particularly when I get an idea for something and I want to try it out on a bunch of people. I’m not worried about their reaction. It’s easy to remain anonymous if there are a lot of peopl...
by Perrys' Plate on Aug 2, 2016

Same Day Summer Pickles

Back in my younger years when my children were growing up I used to make a ton of pickles every year to satisfy the family.  I used to can about 52 quarts of Dill Pickles a year alone, along with pickled beets, relishes, chows, chutneys etc.&nbs...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 31, 2016

Thai Grilled Chicken Bowls with Mango-Lime Dressing

I’ll tell you about this salad in a second, but can I just say how much I love this mermaid bowl?! Target clearance shelf got me bad with this one. It’s the perfect size for a salad, too. Bigger than a cereal bowl, but smaller than a serv...
by Perrys' Plate on Jul 30, 2016

Ultimate Chicken Caesar Salad

Oh, I do so love  a good Caesar Salad, but more often than not, unless I make it myself, I am always always disappointed.   Limp lettuce.  Stale croutons.  Too much dressing.  I don't understand why most restaurants get...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 27, 2016

Recipe: Kasza and Lentil Salad with Griddled Courgette and Halloumi

A super-quick store-cupboard/fridge-raid supper – Kasza and Lentil Salad with Griddled Courgette and Halloumi.  Hello! It has been a long time since I have sat down to share a simple recipe, without the pressures of looming deadlines. I am pleased...
by renbehan.com on Jul 23, 2016

Foodie Friday: Serve Up A Summer Salad! Recipes & More

( Via: Inslee Designs )It's so hot. Doesn't a cool crisp salad just sound perfect on days like these? Let's think outside of our simple mixed green salads and toss together something spectacular. Think grilled Romaine Baby Lettuce, Asian Peanut Cocon...
by Shop This on Jul 22, 2016

Sweet Pickled Radishes

Canning always takes me back to thoughts of my childhood. It starts with picking strawberries, beans or other produce from the garden and continues in the kitchen with my mom canning our harvest. They’re such sweet memories. There’s somet...

Gochujang-Sesame Edible Chrysanthemum Salad 芝麻辣酱拌茼蒿

With Edible Chrysanthemum (Shungiku in Japan, 茼蒿 Tong-Ho in Mandarin) , I usually think of making soup (yes, this is the vegetable that is popularly used in hotpots) or salad.Today, this salad has a hint of spice imparted from Korean gochujang sa...
by teczcape - an escape to food on Jul 20, 2016


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