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Summer is all about staying fresh and cool during those hot sunny days. The salad I enjoy during a proper heatwave is a vegan version of a greek salad, with simple but delicious ingredients, when they are all combined in a salad bowl. All that is needed is a bit of salt, olive oil, sun-kissed tomato, a team of little black olives, red onion and cool cucumber. To make the salad taste even better, eat it out with your friends, while the sun shines!
Nothing screams like summer as much as watermelons do! You add feta and olive oil and you think you are in Greece. Mint gives the freshness and lemon/lime juice twist. Let's celebrate sunshine and sunny days and let's make this deliciousness over and over again!
This refreshingly simple citrus salad features grapefruit and oranges topped with a tangy vinaigrette.You can stack the citrus slices with fresh mozzarella and basil on individual plates or in one big platter. It makes a beautiful presentation and can be eaten with salmon or to offset the richness of pasta.
Cool and crispy salad nestled on a classic red and white picnic tablecloth. Fresh-from-the-garden strawberries and basil, accented with creamy mozzarella and a crunch of walnuts, then drizzled with punchy balsamic and your best olive oil. Perfect fare to cool and freshen the palate on a warm summer afternoon!
The word 'Summer' always brings a smile on my face and reminds me of all the beautiful colors that look particularly brighter in this season. I came across this recipe of 'Rainbow Salad' on Instagram by Nandita Iyer, the author of 'The everyday healthy Vegetarian'. Rainbow Salad- The name was so apt, because this is exactly a big bowl of colors. Apart from being so nutritious, all the colors are extremely appealing to the eyes. When I saw the topic of Summer Salads, I immediately remembered Nandita's Salad. The salad is extremely customizable to what you have available in the kitchen and is super easy to make.