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sunrise salad with vegetable and cheese
Salads can be healthy, satisfying meals on their own or perfect accompaniments to main dishes. Whatever sort of salad they are perfect for your diet plans as well .
Even though it is not a very extraordinary salad but I just had to share this one with you. This weekend was a cool and rainy one. It is the kind of weather that It even had me toying with the idea of hot chocolate, but that’s a whole other story. One look outside at the overcast sky, and you just can’t say no to a big bowl of creamy soup and a bowl full of nutritious salad with load of fiber and protein and goodness of cheddar cheese, and all kinds of good stuff. This salad is designed to a perfect day start.
This is my first time making this salad, but it is already becoming one of my favorites that I know I will be making time and time again this year. The peppers add a spicy, smoky taste, and the cheese mellows out all of the flavors. This is a curd based creamy salad ,also great for diet plans. I like to top salad bowl with a little more cheese and thinly sliced nuts and serve it up with some warm, crusty bread croutons .
Ingredient are very simple just dig out your fridge and use all possible vegetables like ..cabbage, carrot, peas, corn, baby corn , mushrooms, potatoes, spinach and all other possible vegetables which you want to use and ya I love to use pasta in my salads you can too.
Salad leaves....4-5 chilled and break into pieces with hands
Fettuccine pasta.....1 cup ( boiled and drained )
For creamy dressing ...
1 cup hung curd *
1 tbsp full fat fresh cream (optional)
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp dried parsley
1 tbsp chopped coriander
1/2 tbsp chopped mint leaves
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
How to proceed :
Mix all the ingredients of dressing in a bowl and keep aside .
Take a big mixing bowl and put all the ingredients into it add dressing and mix well.
Keep in a refrigerator till the time of serving .
Serve in a salad serving bowl and enjoy !!
* For hung curd
Take 11/2 cup of fresh curd and drain it through muslin cloth or cheese cloth drain out all the water out of it or hang it for an hour till all excess water drained out . Your hung curd is ready to use. garnish salad with warm crunchy bread croutons.
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