I am always starving on a Saturday afternoon. But I don’t have the desire to take on cooking a meal. And I don’t want bread and jam. And I don’t want MacDonald’s or the likes. And I don’t want loads of dishes and cleaning up to do. I want no-fuss. I want something that is quick and easy and light, because we play tennis afterwards, but it still needs to be filling.
A protein salad like this one works for me. With a banana in the tennis bag.
Make a salad from the following ingredients:
- Mixed salad leaves, a huge bowl.
- mixed herbs of your choice
- Bocconcini cheese
- a can of “Catalan tuna” (tuna in a tomato sauce)
- a small can of sweetcorn(or frozen)
- sun dried tomatoes
- cucumber sticks
- dry roasted almonds
- dried cranberries
- A vinaigrette made of: sun dried tomato paste, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, sherry vinegar, lemon juice, salt and pepper, small finely chopped shallot.
11 thoughts on “No-fuss Saturday lunch salad”
Delicious salade and wonderfum picture of poppies.
My family knows that poppies are my absolute favorite flower and every year in September they come into bloom and as that is my birthday month. A big bunch poppies is always a part of my gift.
Wow those poppies. I like the montage.
Salad sounds perfect, I haven’t tried Catalan tuna…
Did you take these fabulous poppy photos, Ronell? GORGEOUS!
They are my favorite flower!
the field of coquelicot is really captivating!! everytime i see this flower it makes me happy!! 🙂 thanks ronell
Your salad looks like the perfect weekend lunch… and those poppies! Just beautiful!
Yum Ronell, this is my kind of salad. Perfect for summer or anytime really.
I love the sound of that salad – and I know exactly how you feel on Saturdays! It seems to be a waste to be spending time in the kitchen when the sun is shining outside and you don’t have to be at work 🙂
And as for those stunning poppies – oh WOW! We don’t really have fields of poppies around here, but I do have a mini poppy field in my garden. I sowed a ton of seeds about 4 years ago and since then they just seed themselves and come up in droves! The bumblebees LOVE our garden!
what a lovely salad that is. yum, it sounds just perfect with tuna and little cheeses. clever combo i’m going to try! oh and those flowers, swooooon…
The salad sounds perfect. I love the use of sun-dried tomato paste in the vinaigrette.
mmmm looks delicious!
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