Before I share my yummy salad recipe with you, let me give you a little tip about preparing salads. When I feature kale as the main green in the salad, I’ll squeeze fresh lemon juice on it and let it sit a few minutes.
Yes you can grill watermelon! It will reward you with a smoky flavor and lots of sweetness. Combining the scent of outdoor barbeques with the fresh fruit flavors we the result is memorable. Try this on your friends and revel in the compliments.
Green is good! Let me show you a variety of tasty ways you can create a sensational salada. Start with locally sourced organic greens, top your salad with a variety of colorful vegetables, fruits, legumes and a touch of lean protein.
Balinese Urap is a salad made with any of a wide range of vegetables. You can use whatever vegetables you like - I used green beans in this recipe and added red lentils - the variation I learned in my cooking class.- Veronica
My Ranch Dressing is creamy and cool, and easy to make in minutes. It uses my cashew based Raw Mayonnaise as its base, and is luscious on salads, tacos, and as a dip with my Buffalo Cauliflower. No egg or dairy, use it thick as a dip or add vinegar and make a refreshing dressing for salads. If you need a dip for crudités at a party, try my easy, healthy version of Ranch Dressing. - Veronica
Here's my healthy Pasta Salad, using brown rice pasta, your choice of veggies and my raw cashew mayo to sauce. Enjoy! - Veronica
Most of my salads are delicious with my Cilantro Lime Vinaigrette or Creamy Avocado Dressing. Use these on any salads unless otherwise specified. Dressings serve 4-6.
My Grilled Mango Salad combines the hearty flavor of black beans with the luscious richness of mangoes and avocado, all in a healthy salad, perfect for a healthy meal before or after a Chef V Cleanse.
Pomegranate seeds have been used therapeutically for thousands of years and are mentioned numerous times in The Bible. Chef V features them in two delicious, nutrient-dense salad recipes she'll share. But she also admits to having a love-hate relationship with pomegranates.
Ambrosia salad is to die for Yum but also you might die from the ingredients! Yikes! Sugar on sugar on sugar! Oh wait, a little cream too! So, I’ve decided to remix this Easter classic and make a yummy, healthy and vegan ambrosia salad.