nothing green salad. The simple vinaigrette just makes the salad. It adds so much flavor, but it's light and not greasy or gloppy. It's made with sesame oil, which lends an Asian-themed flair since sesame oil is one of the major components in peanut sauce and peanut noodles.
It goes with EVERY meal and is easy to throw together. There is nothing fancy about it, but that is why I love it. It is a great way to get in extra greens and the flavors are fresh and delicious! You can have nothing green salad using 16 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of nothing green salad
- Prepare of salad.
- Prepare 2/3 cup of dried red dates.
- It’s 1/2 cup of cashews.
- It’s 1/2 cup of sunflower kernels.
- It’s 1 tsp of basil seed.
- It’s 2 tsp of sesame seeds.
- You need 15 oz of can of ripe black olives.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 3/4 cup of grated carrots.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of raisins.
- It’s 2 tbsp of mirin.
- You need 1/4 cup of ponzu this goes into dressing.
- Prepare of dressing.
- Prepare 4 oz of dried figs chopped.
- It’s 1 cup of sugar.
- It’s 1/3 cup of balsamic vinegar.
Homemade Italian Dressing is zippy, zesty, delicious on salads, and makes an excellent marinade.plus it's all-natural and easy to make! A perfect tossed green salad—balanced, satisfying, well-dressed—is a mark of a great cook. When salads get overlooked or treated as an aside, it shows, but a perfectly made salad, with fresh greens and homemade dressing, can make a meal.. Be sure to taste the lettuce or other greens before proceeding—nothing ruins a salad quicker than.
nothing green salad instructions
- take dates rinse soak in water just enough to cover them 30 minutes.
- add carrots ,raisins, in a bowl.
- in a dry pan add cashews, sesame seeds, and sunflower kernels and heat toast them 3 minutes dont burn.
- add nuts to carrots.
- remove pitts from dates.
- in a pan heat add sugar ponzu and vinegar heat stirring constantly.
- to the vinegar add chopped figs stir but let thicken cook for 4 minutes take off heat let sit 3 minutes.
- add basil seeds to salad.
- add dressing.
- add mirin stir well.
I came up with this recipe to show appreciation to all the teachers at my son's school. The dish had to be as special as the teachers, who always go the extra mile for their students. I think this salad did the trick! It's hearty, earthy, sweet and loaded with nothing but good stuff. —Ramya Ramamurthy, Fremont, California Tossed in a tangy sesame-ginger dressing and piled with green veggies and avocado, this soba noodle salad is a light, refreshing summer meal. A big green salad is one of my go-to meals all year round.