Today marks the start of autumn, with the older kids going back to school. But I refuse to think that salads are only for summer evenings, so here’s a salad that smoothly eases you towards darker nights and lower temperatures.
In this salad is whole bulghur cooked in vegetable stock, green lentils, sliced baby tomatoes and roasted chickpeas. The kale is cut in pieces and massages for a few minutes with olive oil, salt and lemon juice. Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and top with pickled red onion and roasted sunflower seeds. Drizzle with an easy vinaigrette with oil, Dijon mustard, white wine vinegar, salt, pepper, agave syrup and lots of flat leaf parsley.
Too many things in this salad to fit it into a bowl! I needed to use up leftover rice, so that was my base. It’s not something i usually put in a salad, but it worked really well. A great, filling salad!
On this plate: sweet potato, diced and oven baked red cabbage, thinly sliced green soy beans nectarines hummus with looooots of tahini cucumber alfalfa sprouts rock melon (hidden under the coriander) baby spinach capers coriander drizzle of vegan sriracha mayo . #neverenoughgreens #vegan #veganinspiration #veganfood #veganrecipes #plantbased #plantbasedfood #whatveganseat #greenisgood #dairyfree #forksoverknives #veganfoodshare #vegansofig #veganinspo #veganskmat #plantprotein #thefutureisgreen #climatefriendlyfood #friendsnotfood #vegansofig #vegansweden #veganisverige #växtbaserat #eatyourgreens #poweredbyplants #healthyfood #saladfordinner #sweetpotato #vegansalad #hummusislove
Another one of those salads where I simply roam the fridge, save some veggies or fruit before they go bad, add some tofu and drizzle with a super quick dressing. . In this mess you can find whole bulghur, watermelon, cucumber, sesame tofu, capers, fresh basil and coriander, and a tahini dressing. I just added some lime juice, salt and plant milk and stirred until smooth and runny.
I’ve been dreaming of creamy, delicious caesar dressing for a while. And there it was! I mixed to recipes from @nora_cooks_vegan and @thehiddenveggies. I don’t like the sharp taste of raw garlic, so I sautéed them gently before mixing. I served the dressing (yes – the dressing is the star here!) with Romaine lettuce, fried mushrooms, bread croutons and carrot “bacon”. (I’ll get back with a recipe for that. Fake bacon is great for us like pigs to be kept alive – check out the hashtag #gillagris – hijacked by vegans in an initiative from the great @javligtgott). . Dressing 2 dl soaked cashews 3 cloves of garlic, sauteed 1 tsp soy sauce 3 tbsp lemon juice 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 1 tbsp capers, drained 1 dl water 1/4 nori sheet . Mix all the ingredients in a blender or food processor until very smooth and creamy. Add generously to your Caesar salad. Store any leftovers in a jar in the fridge and use within 2-3 days.
Let’s see, what’s in my fridge? A bit of this and that, and as usual my standard answer is to make a salad. This one is with baby spinach, thinly sliced red cabbage, sliced avocado, carrots sliced with a potato peeler and pieces of sweet peaches. I sliced a ciabatta and toasted it with oil and garlic in a pan. I topped with a dressing of peanut butter, tahini, a splash of plant milk, a pinch of cane sugar and a squeeze of lime. Lots of flavours and lots of yum!
Oh summer, please come back! I comfort myself with this salad while waiting for the rain to pass. Beetroot and goat’s cheese is a classic combination, but instead I use my favourite – the almond feta. You can find a step by step instruction in my Stories highlights on Instagram! @neverenoughgreens
Cook whole bulghur (or other grain) in vegetable stock and tumeric. Chop 2 cloves of garlic. Sauté in a pan in olive oil on medium heat together with 1 can of large white beans, rinsed and drained, and a sprig of fresh rosemary. Take aside. Next, heat pre-cooked and quartered beetroots in the same pan. Serve bulghur, beets and beans together with crumbled almond feta cheese, coarsely chopped almonds and fresh rosemary. Season with olive oil, white vinegar, salt and black pepper.
Who says a sandwich can’t count as dinner? It only depends on what you put in it. If you stuff it until it almost bursts and you have to open up wider than at the dentist’s, I can assure you it’s dinner compatible. This one’s loaded with lettuce, grated carrots, cucumber, almond feta cheese, tomatoes, bean sprouts and beetroot hummus.
A colourful and delicious salad with durra, ovenbaked carrots, pickled red onions, black beans marinated in lemon juice, ginger and olive oil, quartered strawberries, basil and pumpkin seeds. Drizzle with a classic Dijon mustard vinaigrette and serve with lovely pink beetroot hummus.
Durra is naturally gluten free, it’s a seed and similar to quinoa and amaranth.
The perfect side to your summer barbecue, or as a main with a green side salad. Crispy baked potatoes and garlic sauce – can’t go wrong with this combo!
Boil 600 g new potatoes until almost soft. Put on a tray covered with parchment paper, and carefully press each potato down with the bottom of a glass or something similar. Chop 5 cloves of garlic. Sauté on medium heat in 3 tbsp of olive oil. Brush potatoes with the oil and half of the garlic from the pan. Bake in the oven at 225 degrees for 25-30 minutes, until golden and crisp on top. Mix 1 dl of oat fraiche, 1 dl vegan mayo, the sautéed garlic and oil, the zest from 1 lemon and 1 tbsp of lemon juice. Coarsely chop a bunch of dill and add to the sauce. Season with salt.
I never get tired of salads. Put them in a bowl and make them look nice – even better! In this one, you’ll find red rice, salted peantus, carrot zoodles, mango, fresh bean sprouts, crispy tofu, green soy beans and half a passion fruit. For a fruitier twist, serve with dressing made with coconut cream, pineapple juice, finely grated ginger, lime juice, rice vinegar and salt.
Not convinced that tofu is for you? I’ll try to win you over with my how-to in Stories on Instagram. Give it a try! My favourite is Extra Firm Tofu from @yipin.se. (Just my recommendation – not sponsored!)