Thursday, January 6, 2011

Mixed Veggie Salad with Rosemary and Sumac

A very simple salad with finely chopped baby carrots, tomatoes, beets, peppers, and seasoned with fresh rosemary.
Mixed Veggie Salad with Rosemary and Sumac
Rosemary and Mixed Veggie Salad

Ingredients:
  • 1 beetroot
  • 1 green tomato
  • 3-4 baby carrots
  • 1 green pepper
  • 1 red pepper
  • 3-4 sprigs of rosemary (about a tablespoon of rosemary leaves)
  • Teaspoon of olive oil
  • Teaspoon of sumac
To make:
  • Chop all the veggies finely into roughly the same size.
  • Make a dressing of the rosemary, olive oil and sumac.
  • Pour over the salad.
Mixed Veggie Salad with Rosemary and Sumac
Mixed Veggie Salad with Rosemary and Sumac
Mixed Veggie Salad with Rosemary and Sumac
Mixed Veggie Salad with Rosemary and Sumac

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11 comments:

Ami's Vegetarian Delicacies said...

this looks very colorful, rich in vitamins.

What's sumac?

Raw_Girl said...

Hey Ami, Sumac is a middle-eastern/african berry that is ground down to make a powder. Its tart and sour, and can be substituted with a lemon.
http://rawgirlinmumbai.blogspot.com/2011/01/green-tomato-salad.html

lisa is cooking said...

I love the way sumac brightens up the flavors in a dish. Sounds great in your salad!

Kori said...

What a colorful dish! Sounds great!

Kate @ Diethood.com said...

And that's a gorgeous healthy dish ... beautiful colors, amazing veggies, and delicious spices! I love it!

Indonesian In Turkey said...

I never eat sumac in my salad, in fact I just read your explanation/ link above...I think I couldn't find here in Turkey ^_^
Love your colorful salad though

Paty M said...

yuuumy 1st of all the salad looks utterly delicious! and secondly i love the taste of sumac in a sald, such a sharp and delicious taste!

Tiffany said...

Where can you find sumac?!?!? :D

Raw_Girl said...

@ Indonesian in Turkey: Well, Turkey isnt really Middle East. Its in Europe ;)

@Tiffany: Any place that has middle eastern or african goods will have them. If not, lemon zest is a substitute.

Kelly said...

Love your blog and all the flavors you introduce!

Raw_Girl said...

Kelly - love your blog too. I'm now following you.

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