Scorched Lettuce Salad

Recipe and photographs by Yuval Mozes of the blog Edible Poetry

The lettuce is becoming brown on the edges and not so appetizing? Here’s a terrific idea

Ingredients:

Romaine lettuce (simple lettuce)

Strawberries or other fruit

Roasted almonds or other seeds

Parmesan cheese

Ingredients for dressing:

2 tbsp olive oil

1 tablespoon raspberry vinegar (it’s also possible to use a piece of the fruit and crush it into the sauce)

Salt and pepper

½ tablespoon mustard

Preparation:

Chop the lettuce in half and spread some olive oil (salt will be added later).

Heat an iron pan or hot grill.

Roast the lettuce halves for 2 minutes on high flame, with the cut side facing down (first slightly press the lettuce down).

The bottom part will become scorched after 2 minutes; if it hasn’t, leave for another 30 seconds.

Scatter fruit (strawberries, nectarines etc.) and cheese (parmesan or mozzarella) over the lettuce.

Combine the dressing ingredients and pour over the dish. 

Did you give it a try? Hashtag – #lovefoodnotwaste

For more of Yuval’s recipes: https://ediblepoetry.wordpress.com/
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Recipe and photographs by Yuval Mozes of the blog Edible Poetry

Scorched Lettuce Salad

Recipe and photographs by Yuval Mozes of the blog Edible Poetry

 

Recipe and photographs by Yuval Mozes of the blog Edible Poetry

The lettuce is becoming brown on the edges and not so appetizing? Here’s a terrific idea

Ingredients:

Romaine lettuce (simple lettuce)

Strawberries or other fruit

Roasted almonds or other seeds

Parmesan cheese

Ingredients for dressing:

2 tbsp olive oil

1 tablespoon raspberry vinegar (it’s also possible to use a piece of the fruit and crush it into the sauce)

Salt and pepper

½ tablespoon mustard

 Preparation:

Chop the lettuce in half and spread some olive oil (salt will be added later).

Heat an iron pan or hot grill.

Roast the lettuce halves for 2 minutes on high flame, with the cut side facing down (first slightly press the lettuce down).

The bottom part will become scorched after 2 minutes; if it hasn’t, leave for another 30 seconds.

Scatter fruit (strawberries, nectarines etc.) and cheese (parmesan or mozzarella) over the lettuce.

Combine the dressing ingredients and pour over the dish. 

Did you give it a try? Hashtag – #lovefoodnotwaste

For more of Yuval’s recipes: https://ediblepoetry.wordpress.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pg/ShiraAchila/photos/?ref=page_internal

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