Sunday, 18 June 2017

Chopped salad with Ginger Dressing

This is a delicious salad which is great on his own or as a side dish.  

Crunchy, healthy and delicious.  Great vegetarian food or a side dish with spicy grilled prawns.

Chopped Salad and Ginger Dressing - Serves 1


2 Chinese Leaves (also known as Chinese cabbage or Napa cabbage)
1/2 Red bell pepper
A small handful of sugar snap peas
A few cm of cucumber
1/2 Carrot cut into julienne strips
A few coriander (cilantro) leaves
A small handful of unsalted peanuts

For the dressing
2 tsp Grated ginger
2 tsp Honey (or agave nectar)
2 tsp Soy or tamari (for gluten free)
1 tsp Sweet chilli sauce
1/2 tsp Sesame oil


Finely shred the chinese leaves, pepper, peas, cucumber and mix with the carrot.  Top with the coriander and peanuts.

Whisk together the dressing ingredients and top the salad.


  1. This salad looks very appetizing. I like the recipe for the vinaigrette as I think the ginger and honey will go very well with each other.

  2. Great GATE blog post and really helpful Midnight thank for sharing nice neet information......

  3. you can treat yourself to a day of take-away, ice cream, cake etc. Whilst it is important to treat yourself every now and again, amp

  4. Ginger is very often to be added in salad. But yeah it tastes and smells nice. Only with beans salad.

  5. there are some cooking recipes which increasing in the world and there are some dishes which are popular day by day.


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