Mmmm, salad. If there’s anybody who loves it as much as we do, it’s the folks at lovemysalad.com. So we’re sharing some of their tasty recipes on our site to help leaf — and herb — lovers everywhere enjoy the delicious, creative, crispy fun.
What is a Piel de Sapo melon?
The Piel de Sapo melon, although not widely known in Australia, is the melon of choice in Spain. Piel de Sapo means “frog skin” in Spanish, and while the rough mottled rind of these melons closely resembles the amphibian they are named after, it has led some Australian growers to call them "Croc-melons".
This authentic Greek recipe is a pie stuffed with creamy spinach, cheese and onions. A great side dish or snack.
Would you rather plant your seed in the ground?
Sharing played a major role in our childhood. Meals were enjoyed with whoever happened to be with us at that time and there was no way to avoid a meal jam-packed with salad or vegetables even if you were just popping in for a quick visit.
We’re in the middle of a full-on pumpkin flavour takeover. There’s pumpkin in your bagels, beer and coffee. Starbucks has sold more than 200 million Pumpkin Spice Lattes in the past 10 years. Even the makers of Pringles are getting in on the action.
This rainbow salad is not a real recipe, it is more a serving suggestion of beautiful vegetables combining a beautiful and colourful platter of tasty veggies. You can throw anything you want in this bowl, as long as you use lots of fresh ingredients.
This is a great option for a single dinner meal or a lunch for 2.
This roasted pumpkin and garlic hummus is a nice twist on the authentic recipe, a little sweeter and creamier than with chickpeas.
Often, we can make super nice salads without complicating our lives so much. As an example, this salad of mesclun mix, broccoli, corn, spring onion, and cherry tomatoes. A colourful combination, with a simple vinaigrette of oil, vinegar and salt. Uncomplicated, and above all, ready to eat in just a few minutes.