Green leafy vegetables are beasts that are mightily fed to the kids by their guardians. But, what there’s a salad recipe that would make you need these veggies? Leafy Greens with Walnuts could be a Continental recipe that would revitalize your body and tantalize your taste buds with the soundness of lettuce and the crunchy texture of onions and walnuts. Relish this for lunch, breakfast, or indeed as a mid-day wholesome snack, and forget all those awkward starvation strings and mineral lacks in your therapeutic reports.
Roasting walnuts brings out their sweetness and conveys a magnificently fresh texture. Leafy greens and walnuts are culminating partners in this winter salad. The sweet, crunchy walnuts sprinkled on this salad allow it a top-notch taste.
The freshness and bitterness of this salad cut through the abundance of the recipe for leafy greens, whereas the walnuts include a beautiful crunch. A basic and reviving salad of leafy greens, tomatoes, and walnuts. Take off the ham out for a vegan version. The walnuts are incredible on their own, make a double bunch, and deliver a few as a gift.
How to Make Leafy Salad with Walnuts
A salad of lush greens, tomatoes, and walnuts that is both easy and delicious. For a vegetarian variation, omit the ham.
Let's get started
- Take a bowl add lettuce and Chinese cabbage
- Now add the walnuts (grounded)
- Now it’s time to add oil and vinegar
- Mix them nicely
Serving Size 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 383
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 34g53%
- Sodium 201mg9%
- Total Carbohydrate 10g4%
- Dietary Fiber 6g24%
- Protein 9g18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.