A sour and crunchy salad from Diana Henry.
I made this delicious Turkish salad recently to accompany a Persian Sabzi Kuku but it would traditionally be served with Cacik and Turkish bread. This version is from ” Persiana” by Sabrina Ghayour.
A recipe from ” Chetna’s Healthy Indian” by Chetna Makan.
A recipe for late spring/ early summer from Waitrose. I could happily eat Jersey Royal potatoes daily when they are in season, but my waistline will not allow it. If you like, you could add cooked prawns, chicken or crispy bacon to this salad too.
A wonderful combination of flavours make this salad from ” Taste” by Sybil Kapoor a winner.
This recipe is from ” Mildreds:the Cookbook”. It can be served warm or cold, and you can add goats cheese if you like. You can use other vegetables too but use vegetables that will keep their shape when mixed with the lentils.
A quick, easy and relatively healthy recipe from Georgina Hayden.
A delicious salad from Diana Henry.
A recipe from Gill Meller.
Another recipe for radishes from Bee Wilson. You can serve as is or add feta for a more substantial dish.
A recipe with Thai influences from ” The Sugar Club Cookbook” by Peter Gordon.
A favourite recipe from Nigella Lawson’s ” Simply Nigella”.
Another delicious Scandinavian recipe from Signe Johansen. For two three people, simply reduce the pickle by a third or half. The pickled beets keep for a few days in the fridge, so making the full amount will give you pickles to have in sandwiches; they also pair well with goat’s cheese or smoked fish.
A winter salad with north African influences from Ruth Joseph.