|Fresh Garden Salad|
We love salads and most of the days I prepare a salad for our dinner. This is very simple and I used Thousand Island as dressing. I didn’t add any other veggies like tomato for this as I wanted the crunchy taste of lettuce/leaf mix. Whenever we visit a wet market, I buy some fresh salad leaf mix. It is nice to have different types of leaves as a mix than one type of lettuce.
With the Thousand Island dressing, this came out delicious and it was a good combination.
Here is my simple recipe for fresh Garden Salad.
Handful of different types of lettuce
2 red chili or 1 red bell pepper
2-3 tbspn Thousand Island dressing
1 tspn olive oil
Salt as per taste
Cut lettuce into bite size pieces.
Slice red chili (or bell pepper) and onion rings.
Toss all in a bowl.
In a bowl, whisk thousand island and other ingredients mentioned under dressing.
Toss over the salad.
Keep refrigerated about 15 minutes before serving.
Note: Add some tomato and corn for a different taste.
How about you?Do you like Garden Salad with fresh lettuce?
Also check these Sri Lankan Salad recipes for more ways to prepare salads.
Fresh garden salad is my favorite. I used to not like dressing, but I’m coming around!
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I love to skip lunch for this kind of refreshing and yummy salads 🙂 love this greeny salad 🙂
Liked this very refreshing and healthy salad.
the salad looks so good…
healthy healthy platter !!!
wow yummy salad… very healthy too…
delicious and inviting
healthy and refreshing salad
Healthy and a inviting salad…
Healthy colorful salad, I love that you add slice chili in it, touch of Asian on this salad 🙂
It looks so refreshing!!! Colorful click 🙂
perfectly made salad with super fresh ingredients and richness of vitamins
Lovely this wonderful salad,colourful and healthy.
I love a bowl full of greens and this salad looks quite refreshing! I hopped over from Katherine’s Corner and just became your newest follower (; May you have a lovely Thursday!
The Homesteading Cottage
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