This summer salad is very fresh, juicy, sweet, with pleasant acidic notes from lemon and rhubarb. Moreover, it is better to use the ingredients that are in season in your salads, so that they can get you maximum health benefits. In other words, when it’s strawberry-rhubarb time, you should definitely try this recipe!
Rhubarb & strawberries
Rhubarb and strawberry combination is perfect to only for desserts, but also for the salads. This salad feels so fresh in your mouth, and that strawberry sauce makes the dish complete. In fact, it’s all there – crunchy and fresh elements on the plate.
The green and red color makes you feel happy to enjoy the meal and it delivers the feeling of summer!
Above all, this summer salad would be perfect for digestion and weight loss. Rhubarb is one of my favorite vegetables (yes, did you, know it is considered as a vegetable?), it has great nutritional value. Both rhubarb and strawberries have vitamin C, so it’s really good for the immune system. On the other hand – apples, that are packed with lots of minerals (an apple a day, keeps the doctor away, yes?). Well, you get all the vitamins, fiber, minerals, antioxidants, detoxifiers, anti-aging – all in one delicious plate!
As a final point, all the ingredients in this salad make a healthy and delicious plate of food, that we all should eat every day! Be healthy and happy!
This salad is very fresh, juicy, sweet, with pleasant acidic notes from lemon and rhubarb. It is better to use the ingredients that are in season in your salads, so that they can get you maximum health benefits. So when it’s srawberry-rhubarb time, you should definitely try this recipe!
- 12 leaves baby salad mix (beet greens, spinach, arugula)
- 6 strawberries
- 1/2 apple
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- 10 g walnuts
- 1/2 rhubarb stalk
- 25 g olive oil
- 3 strawberries
- 1/2 tsp wine vinegar
Place salad leaves on a plate
Blend all ingredients for the dressing
Cut strawberries in half, thinly slice apple. Leave apples in lemon juice.
Cut rhubarb stalk in half, then lengthwise in quarters.
Put prepared fruits on salad leaves.
Sprinkle with walnuts
Serve fresh with dressing aside