Chilled cucumber and yoghurt, with a hint of sweetness, makes a refreshing accompaniment to spicy dishes.
In this salad, the hard edges of the croutons soften a little and absorb some of the scrummy juices.
This recipe comes with a warning: ADDICTIVE!
Vegetarian night. Woo-hoo, when this salad is in the house!
This is such a good salad to make for a picnic – but it’s hard to resist chowing down before you arrive!
Sometimes you need a bit of tang. And a fresh bite. Here it is!
Great for the lunchbox!
Use white potatoes in this salad by all means, but it is so much more fun with a few coloured ones in the mix.
At this time of year it’s all about finding what you can in the garden or at farmers’ markets. As long as it is fresh and edible, in the bowl it goes!
Lemony and crunchy, a bowl of mushroom salad teams up with most foods.
Sublime. There’s something about the texture of white peaches, and the juiciness, which belongs with tomatoes.
What is better than one favourite ingredient? Two, of course!
Sublime. Easy. Fresh. Summer.
Perfect as a starter, or perfect with panfried fish for a main course.
Pears and pistachios make such a lovely combination I don’t know why I hadn’t thought of it earlier. If it’s summer where you are, try the salad with juicy, but not squishy, peaches.
Grapes may not be a classic ingredient, but I love them in here!
Couscous with attitude. That’s what we want.
Pep things up with peppppppitas! Spicy pumpkin seeds add bags of flavour to a cabbage slaw.
Whaaa! Sweet, sharp, hot, pungent, and a bundle of goodness to boot!
Ilaria thought this would be lovely with a few tiny splashes of rose water, and I think she is right. Give it a go if you have some.
Simple, and quite stunning in its simplicity!
A little bit of fishy for your little dishy for the Holi-days.
Looks can be deceiving, but not in this case. A gorgeous taste of summer.
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