Mixed vegetable salad recipes – how to make a veg salad for weight loss in 13 steps at home.
Learn in this video how to make a veggie salad at home from scratch for weight loss by using a mixed vegetable salad recipe with fresh vegetables!
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1) 200 g of lettuce
2) 100 g of tomatoes
3) 100 g of red bell pepper
4) 50 g of red radishes
5) 50 g of green cucumber
6) 50 g of green onions
7) some salt to taste
8) 2 tbsp of balsamic vinegar or to taste
9) 2 tbsp of olive oil or to taste
10) 1/2 tbsp of garlic powder (optional)
11) 1 tbsp of flavored oil such as sesame oil, pumpkin oil, or grape oil (optional)
Step 1: rinse all vegetables well, then wait to drain the water completely
Step 2: cut the lettuce into thin strips and place them into a bowl
Step 3: slice tomatoes thinly and add them over lettuce
Step 4: remove stub and seeds from the bell pepper, then cut it into rounds and add them into the bowl
Step 5: remove the ends of the radishes, cut them into thin slices, and place them into the bowl
Step 6: remove the end of the cucumber, slice it thinly, and add them to the bowl
Step 7: chop green onions and add them over the rest of the veggies
Step 8: mix vegetables and season them with some salt to taste
Step 9: add garlic powder if used for more aroma
Step 10: pour olive oil over vegetables to taste
Step 11: pour balsamic vinegar to taste
Step 12: pour flavored oil if used for a more refined taste
Step 13: mix ingredients well and serve the salad immediately or in a short time after it’s ready
Fresh vegetables are very tasty and nutritious, but they are also essential for the health of our body. Therefore, I recommend that you eat as many fresh salads as possible, as I do whenever I have the opportunity.
I know and use a lot of mixed vegetable salad recipes. Sometimes I make salads from a single vegetable, but most of the time I combine them to get tastier and more nutritious vegetable salads since vegetables contain minerals and vitamins in various proportions.
Most often, I use seasonal vegetables and combine them so that the salad contains 1-2 vegetables in a larger proportion and another 2-3 vegetables in a smaller proportion. This is one of my habits, but you can use any other proportion you like to make a fresh vegetable salad.
The preparation of the veg salad that I share on this page is very simple and does not raise any problem of difficulty. Its flavoring depends on everyone’s taste. As a base, you can only use olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
I like very tasty food, therefore I use rich flavors in all dishes. A little garlic goes very well with this salad, as does pumpkin, sesame, or grape oil. Of course, their use is completely optional and depends on your culinary tastes.
Below I share some basic rules that you should use for all mixed vegetable salad recipes that you prepare.
Enjoy the mixed vegetable salad recipe!
Eating fresh fruits and vegetables every day is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Research continues to show that many essential nutrients in fresh produce may protect you from cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease and Type 2 diabetes, and they also give you more energy, help reduce weight gain and may even reduce the effects of aging.
Phytochemicals are powerful food factors that elicit profound effects on human health maintenance and disease prevention. Usually related to plant pigments, they are the reason we promote eating your colors. Yellow, orange, red, green and purple fruits and vegetables generally contain the most phytochemicals, with more than 900 found in plant foods.
Once you cook produce, you quickly lose the beneficial qualities. If you want to cook your veggies lightly sauté or steam them – you want to keep them crispy and crunchy. Once veggies lose their crunch, they have also lost their nutritional value.4 Healthy Benefits of Eating Garden-Fresh Produce (https://www.farmflavor.com/lifestyle/health-benefits-garden-vegetables/)
Read more about salad types here!