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Wholesome Crunch Salad

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Prep: 25 minutes Cook: 15 minutes

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Serves 1

Lovely flavoursome salad with protein, fiber and healthy goodness

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  • 2 large handfuls of mixed salad leaves
  • 30g quinoa, cooked
  • 1 grated carrot
  • sliced mini cucmber
  • 2 chopped tomatoes/sundried
  • 3 sliced radish
  • 1 chopped beetroot
  • 30g crumbled goat cheese
  • 1 tsbp tahini
  • 10g mixed seeds (optional)
  • black pepper
  • blood orange (optional)


  1. measure out quinoa, do 1:3 quinoa to water and boil until seed opens (about 15 mins)

  2. while quinoa is cooking, layer a bowl with salad leaves. prepare by chopping and slicing up all the veg, so that when the quinoa is ready, layer the quinoa on top of the salad leaves, add the grated carrot and then add the rest.

  3. either mix in all together or leave piled on top of the salad leaves, drizzle tahini over then add the seeds and black pepper

  4. finish by placing blood orange segments around the edge of the bowl

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