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This delicious street food snack can be used as a jazzy salad topping or eaten on their own. Yum.
Sometimes you just can’t beat a simple coleslaw. This with a jacket potato has become one of my quick go-to dinners - I absolutely love it because it’s a healthy twist on an old comfort food and it’s a great way to use British vegetables in a delicious way.
This sumblime salad is restaurant standard fancy - but then it would be seeing as it was created by chef Chad Sarno for his former raw food restaurant Saf. This is a great pal impressing summer dinner party starter - or whatever treat yourself and make it for yourself. Of the dish Chad says, "Slow roasting the baby beets gives them a deep sweetness that balances the earthiness. Watercress brings sharpness and bite. Cashew cream contributes richness. Sherry vinegar has the spark (but we're swapping for balsamic vinegar to be inclusive). Bread crisps give it crunch. Between the textures and flavors—and even the colors—this sexy dish just hits all the buttons." We love the fact Chad describes a salad as sexy! Warning - this salad uses A LOT of ingredients! But so worth it.
This salad is bursting with nutrition, light yet also very flavourful. You simply can't go wrong with kale as a base for your salad.
This lunchbox-friendly salad is quick and easy to make - a great standby. The touch of cumin adds warmth and why not try it with fresh chilli?
This noodle salad is a delicious and zesty dish perfect for warmer days. Try it with tofu or tempeh for a protein kick.
A quick and simple Japanese soba noodle salad using whole grain naturally gluten-free noodles!
This winter salad will give you a splash of colour and flavours!
This wholesome salad adds a splash of colour to accompany any dish or works great on its own for a summery afternoon (or winter morning!)
This slaw is a perfect side salad - it's light, fresh and flavoursome, and packs a nutritional punch too.
A lovely fresh tasting side salad to go with virtually any main meal. Make this bright salad even more colourful by using golden beetroot and heritage carrots too.
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