This Marinated Vegetable salad is a great meal replacement for lunch on a hot day. I have also made this salad at home on a few occasions like a dinner. It is one of my favorite meals for lunch and dinner and goes great with chicken dishes or a salmon dish. The main ingredients are the marinated vegetables, but you can add many other ingredients to suit your taste. You can also try different combinations for a more delicious and unique taste.
Marinated Green Beans and Peas
Put a couple of green beans in a bowl and soak them overnight. The next morning, steam, microwave or boil the green beans with some water until crisp-tender. Drain out the corn from the marinade and add to the salad. Add some chopped celery and serve the marinated green bean and peas alongside the chicken or fish.
Marinated Squash and Carrot Salad
Marinated squash and carrot mix with some cilantro, basil, mint, and a drizzle of olive oil, lemon juice, and chopped peanuts. Toss with lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumber, drizzle with a little lime juice, and garnish with fresh mint leaves. This salad will give your whole family something to look forward to every day!
Marinated Summer Vegetables, such as squash and zucchini. Use a mixture of a little olive oil, lemon juice, garlic powder, and salt, and mix. Then set it aside to marinate for an hour or two. Set aside again and prepare the other salad ingredients. When done marinating, drizzle with olive oil, lemon juice, and chopped peanuts, serve with grilled chicken and enjoy!
Marinated Eggplant and Fennel Salad
Marinated eggplant and fennel mix with toasted sesame seeds, minced garlic, chopped herbs, and grated Parmesan cheese, and a sprinkle of pepper. salt.
Marinated Tomato and Artichoke Dip Marinated tomato and artichoke mix with mayonnaise, fresh parsley, and olive oil. Serve the dip with crackers and enjoy! Sprinkle with fresh basil leaves.
Marinated Spinach and Quinoa Salad
Marinated spinach and quinoa mix with cilantro, chopped basil, and shredded Parmesan. Serve on a bed of mixed greens, with fresh bread and slabs of crusty bread. Top with chopped fresh tomatoes, fresh chopped mint, and mayonnaise. Garnish with fresh parsley, croutons and served on a plate. Served with steamed pita or even plain tortilla chips, or with a tossed salad.
Marinated Lemon and Mint Cabbage Salad
Marinated cabbage and mint cabbage blend with fresh lemon juice, a sprinkling of turmeric, olive oil, chopped mint leaves, and a pinch of turmeric. salt. To make this salad, add chopped cilantro and crushed peanuts, and basil leaves, cover with balsamic vinegar, drizzle with a sprinkling of sugar and serve over rice. Add quinoa.
Marinated Cauliflower and Green Bean Salad
Marinated cauliflower and green bean mix with olive oil and chopped garlic. Season with salt and serve with fresh bread and slabs of crusty bread. Top with croutons and served on a plate.
Marinated Carrot and Cauliflower Salad
Marinated carrot and cauliflower mix with olive oil, chopped mint leaves, a sprinkle of turmeric, sea salt, and lemon juice.
Marinated Pumpkin and Red Potatoes Salad
Marinated carrot and potato blend with mayonnaise, fresh parsley, lime juice, garlic, and basil leaves with the season to taste.
The ingredients that are used to make the salad dressing can be found in all grocery stores. You can use any type of salad dressing to make these salad dressings.
The best part about these salad dressings is that they are prepared quickly. All you need to do is heat them When adding the ingredients in your hand, it will be easier for you to mix them
This salad dressing is healthy can be used for a family picnic, or as a quick lunch. You will find that when you taste the flavors, it makes you feel full and satisfied. You will love having this delicious salad dressing in the evening and feel very relaxed.