Yummiest Superfood Salad Recipe With Indigo Herbs Giveaway

After a bit of thinking, this is the best title I could have thought of. Yup. There’s so much goodness in this salad, that they won’t all fit in the title line. I think I mentioned this before, that my favourite salads are all a combination of both vegetables and fruits. The fruit always add a twist, a sweet kick to the dish. I love coming up with new and unusual combinations and keep varying my favourite, wholesome ingredients. My favourite supplier for healthy and organic ingredients is Indigo Herbs Of Glastonbury and I discovered them last year (read about it here: Cristmas Bon Bons With Dates And Walnuts). For this recipe I used mainly their products.

But why is this a SUPERFOOD salad? Because it contains an extremely dense concentration of vital nutrients, plant based protein (lentil and quinoa) vitamins (vitamin A, K, C, E, B6, B1, B2, manganese, copper, calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium – and that’s only KALE ), antioxidants, good fats (seed mix) healthy enzymes and fibre.

The best thing about it, it’s not a big deal to prepare it. The only extra step is really to soak the lentils for about 2 hours before cooking. This superfood salad can be both a main meal or a side dish and also can be paired with practically anything. The recipe serves 4 people as a main dish.

Ingredients: 

150g brown lentils

100g tricolour quinoa

100g fresh kale, washed and chopped into small strips

1 medium carrot, peeled, and julienned

2 ripe nectarines

4 handful of goji berries

4 tbsp of gourmet seed mix for salads

salt and pepper to taste

For the dressing:

2 tsp of harissa paste

1 tsp of honey

splash of lime juice

1 tbsp of white wine vinegar

2 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil

salt and pepper to taste

Method:

Before cooking, soak the lentils for 2 hours, it will reduce cooking time. Rinse them, add water and salt, then cook them for 30-40 minutes, until they are tender. At the same time you might want to cook the quinoa too: rinse it, add about double amount of water and some salt, then cook it for 15 minutes. They are ready when they loose their little “tail”. Julienne the carrot (cut them into matchstick size) and chop the kale. Prepare the dressing. Add them all to a salad bowl when the cooked ingredients cooled down and mix the dressing in. Cut the nectarines into long pieces. Serve it on a plate, adding the nectarines last, sprinkle with the mixed seeds and the goji berries.

Now read on please, because Indigo Herbs also offered a super yummy giveaway for you to win: 

An Organic Chocolate Making Kit, complete with recipe and full ingredients! So you can make your own healthy and delicious chocolate at home. It’s very easy to use, you can’t possibly go wrong with it.  100% pure botanical ingredients, absolutely nothing added.

For the chance to win this fantastic prize, please enter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and Conditions

This competition will open on 26th of July 2017 at 12:00 am and will close on 11th of August 2017 at 12.00 am.
1 winner will be selected at random.
UK entrants only.
No cash alternative will be offered.
T he winner will be announced on Captainbobcat.com social media outlets and will be contacted by email.
The winner will have 28 days to respond to their winner’s email.

 

 

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124 Comments

  1. as a bat, it`s Bounty,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,bot otherwise any chocolate that`s mint-flavoured

  2. Really dark chocolate with no milk added at all when I can find it!

  3. I love white chocolate or butterscotch whenever I can find it! I do enjoy a caramac

  4. I love salad! The combo you’ve created looks absolutely delicious. Big fan of lentils and quinoa in salads.

  5. I’m a huge chocoholic, I love Thornton’s , lily O’Brien

  6. Mmmmmmm such a hard decision as I love all chocolate but I would have to say ferrero rochers 🙂 Yummy!

  7. Anything involving praline is my favourite. I’m about to try making praline at home for the first time, so fingers crossed for that!

  8. I love anything that’s salted caramel! What a fab giveaway and recipe, I’ll have to try it, it looks so colourful!

    Thank you for liking up with #StayClassyMama, I hope you can join again next time!

  9. The white toblerone, I make myself sick with it because I eat to much of it

  10. My favourite chocolate has to be anything milk chocolate especially cadbury chocolate buttons

  11. I’m loving the Absolute black 100% chocolate range from Montezuma at the moment. It’s really intense and dark and is sugar free! If I’m really treating myself though I’d go for Ferrero Roche ?

  12. These look really good. I’m trying to eat myself healthy at the moment too. They’re also pretty local to me. Wahoo!

  13. I love very dark chocolate which I can then use in recipes as well as eating it while I cook!

  14. Love Whole Nut Chocolate .. but will eat any if it’s on offer 🙂

  15. I love all chocolate but when I am trying to be healthy I like to eat the 75 percent dark chocolate, a little a day as it’s full of iron

  16. I love Green and Blacks dark chocolate. I don’t have much of a sweeth tooth so dark is perfect.

  17. I genuinely couldn’t pick a favourite. There’s no chocolate I dislike. I even like marmite chocolate (yes that really is a thing).

  18. I am actually doing an elimination diet to figure out what is upsetting my stomach and I am always looking for recipes that would use only the ingredients I am allowed to eat. This salad would be perfect for lunch! So healthy!

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