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Delicious Salad - Garden of Love


Today sharing with you all a very delicious eye appealing salad you can call it garden of love packed with goodness of protein, crab and colorful vegetables nutrient goodness. It's one of its kind. I use heart shaped cookie cutter to make all of it. You can use any other shape of size of your choice and enjoy a hearty weekend salad.




Delicious Salad - Garden of Love

Ingredients
  • 1 beetroot peeled blanched
  • 1 carrot peeled blanched
  • 1 egg
  • 1 potato blanched
  • 6 to 8 broccoli florets
  • 5 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 garlic
  • 1 sprig thyme
  • 1 sprig of rosemary
  • 1 tbsp sweet chilly sauce (optional)
  • to taste salt n pepper
Cooking Directions
  1. In this salad I cut all the veggies in heart shape to give it a different eye pleasing effect in your platter. Use your cookie cutter to bring this effect or go with regular chunk pieces of this vegetables.Put olive oil filled pot in a low flame add sprig of thyme n rosemary, garlic n little salt. Simmer the vegetables except broccoli in this infused oil for 15 minutes, add broccoli in last 2 minutes. Bring them out from oil and place in a kitchen paper to drain the excess oil. Keep aside.
  2. Now drizzle little bit oil in a flat nonstick pan. I put large cookie cutter on it. Break one egg and cautiously place it, if you don't want to take so much effort just poach one egg. Now in a serving plate arrange all the cooked veggies and place the poached egg in the middle. Sprinkle salt and pepper  and drizzle sweet chilly sauce, it's optional . It's just add that extra zing. Enjoy a delicious eye catching salad... your own garden of love.

Be Happy And Stay Healthy.

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