Did you know there are many benefits in using salad in your alimentation? When you’re in a hurry, salad is easy and quick to prepare as a main dish. When you care about eating healthier, salad is the best way to bring green vegetables into your daily diet. And finally, when you need a side dish, a good salad can accompany almost everything, for starter to main course, then cheese.
Preparing salad is also good to help you learn, recognize and practice the most basic kitchen skills like rinsing, draining, chopping, slicing, whisking, and tossing — all of this without risking of messing something up. It absolutely not important if you tear lettuce into 1 or 2 inches pieces or if you slice tomatoes thickly or thinly — because the results will be more than fine in any case.
Salads Recipes List
- Vinaigrette Sauce
- Fava Beans Salad
- Grated Carrot Salad
- Tomato and Mozzarella Salad
- Summer Vegetables Salad
- Tabbouleh Salad Recipe
- Warm Goat Cheese Salad
- Healthy Mache Salad
- Orange and Anchovies Salad
- Salad with Warm Goat Cheese and Pear
- Vitamin Salad with Orange and Pomegranate
What’s really important is the quality of your ingredients. When you limit yourself on mostly raw vegetables that you season only with olive oil, vinegar or lemon juice, salt and pepper, each ingredient you use has to be exceptional. The good thing is that while eating salads you will learn to recognize great products, superior oil, flavorful vinegar, and great add-ons and seasoning.
The following articles covers how to choose the best salads and use them to quickly and easily prepare a classic tossed salad — and much more: you’ll learn that making your own salad dressing is not only cheaper and better than commercial bottled dressing but almost as easy. You will discover how to transform salads into real meals by adding more consistent ingredients: vegetables, beans, grains, cheese, and even fish, poultry, or meat. And you’ll learn that salads are infinite variable additions to your every day table.