Using my Rainbow Carrots and lovely Beetroots from my local Farmers I wanted a lovely salad for lunch today as the sun was shining, I had recently bought some Smoked Duck Breast from my local farm store which was already cooked, so combining everything I had the most amazing Saturday lunch Salad.
1 Cooked Duck Breast (from Fencebay) – sliced
1 Carrot – sliced longways into thin strips
1 Beetroot – sliced thinly
Fresh Salad leaves (of your choice)
Small handful of Feta Cheese
Small handful of Walnuts
1 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
1 tbsp Good Olive oil
1 tbsp Hoisin Sauce
Mix together salad leaves, carrot, beetroot, balsamic vinegar and olive oil in a large bowl.
Place salad mix onto a plate
Top with crumbled feta cheese and sprinkle crushed walnuts over top.
Place sliced Duck breast on top and drizzle Hoisin sauce over duck.
This is do tasty and quick, very healthy and amazing flavour sensation in your mouth. All in 5 minutes. Yummy!
Looking in Fridge I had to use the cabbage up but wondered how I could jazz it up! Looked in my spice rack and this is what I put together. Tasty absolutely sensational. This could also work with Cod and Chicken. It is also low in calories and fat….Result!
1/2 Savoy Cabbage – sliced
1 portion Salmon Fillet approx (150g)
1 clove Garlic – crushed
1 tsp Cumin
1/2 white onion – sliced
2 tbsp desiccated coconut
1 tsp curry powder
1 tsp Gram Masala
30g Lentil Sprouts (optional) I had these left over so I just put them in.
Mix the Gram Masala and Curry Powder together and rub into Salmon
Heat up a griddle pan with spray oil and place Salmon on to cook through (approx 10 mins)
Meanwhile, heat a wok to a high heat and cook the garlic and cumin with onion until soft (approx 2 mins)
Add to the wok the cabbage and coconut, stir through for about 5 mins. If adding the Lentil Sprouts put in 1 min before ready and mix just to heat through.
Plate the cabbage mix and place the salmon on top. Yum!