Category: Salads

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Quinoa and Bulgur Herb Salad

This salad is kind of based on the Lebanese taboulleh but meeting quite a few people recently who are allergic to tomatoes made me skip this ingredient and strip out other ingredients that are not considered agreeable to everyone’s digestion.

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Aubergine filled with Quinoa Salad [gluten free]

To retain a lighter colour, simply cut the aubergine through the middle and scoop out the flesh, keeping it to use for other recipes. Immerse the aubergine halves into boiling water for not more than a minute.

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Quinoa Salad with aubergine and fresh gbejna [gluten free]

This salad is wholesome and has great texture. Adding some smoked paprika gives a really good flavour when paired with the baked aubergine flesh.  What makes this salad particularly different is that the aubergines are baked and peeled, then the flesh is broken down until it is almost a puree and it is added to the quinoa. Quinoa Salad with Aubergine and Fresh Gbejna … Read More Quinoa Salad with aubergine and fresh gbejna [gluten free]

Roasted Red Pepper and Ricotta Salad

A layer of ricotta topped with smoky sweet and soft strips of red pepper is a perfect sharing plate for summer.   It is finished off with light scatterings of capers, black olives, pistachio nuts, fresh basil leaves and of course a drizzle of olive oil.  I can think of nothing more welcoming during a summer alfresco night in the garden. How to roast the … Read More Roasted Red Pepper and Ricotta Salad

+ Avocado Tuna Feta Salad by Lea Hogg

Today’s Quick Salad: Tuna Feta Avocado

I love salads and most people do. Although this cannot be simpler I am asked a lot why I add certain ingredients. First of all flavour and texture is important as is healthy and filling.

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Quick parsley, tuna and almond salad

This salad is satisfying and makes an ideal light lunch or an option to offer on Fridays during lent.

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Kale, Feta, Pomegranate and Pecan Salad

‘Antida’s healthy salad with raw kale is so inviting and totally delicious. She added sprouting wheatgrass and topped it with pecans.’

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Sprouting Lentil Salad

the fresh taste of sprouting seeds added to any salad not only adds nutritional value but adds to the taste and texture and makes it even more visually attractive. This is a salad bursting with goodness and I particularly liked the lentil sprouting seeds from Antida and added them to a salad with daikon, mushrooms, carrots and baby spinach

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A salad of barley, fresh herbs and fennel [Vegan, diabetic friendly]

One of my favourite barley recipes is using it in a salad. It is of course not gluten free and if you are following a gluten free diet, swap with quinoa. On tv I used 250g of barley to add volume to the recipe if feeding a large crowd.

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Tuna and Sweetcorn Salad [gluten free, lactose free]

Salads provide substantial meals in the summer months without spending too much time in a hot kitchen.

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Cooking with millet

I cooked a few meals recently during the tv show using millet, which is one of my favorite gluten-free foods.

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Summer salads and dressings

Salads enable us to provide substantial meals in the summer months without spending too much time in a hot kitchen.Salads enable us to provide substantial meals in the summer months without spending too much time in a hot kitchen.