When your heart screams for junk food, your expanding waistline will begin calling for a salad. The salad gets the worst rap among most meals. People assume that it is healthy food (as if that is a bad thing) or a diet-themed punishment meal. Only about 20% of Americans eat a salad every day. Many Americans don’t eat their recommended daily intake of salad and vegetables. Eating salad, fruits, and vegetables every day reduces the risk of developing a host of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer. And it is a guilty pleasure stigmatization to brand salad as a kind of diet food punishment. A salad can be a delectable, satisfying, and filling snack or a full meal if you know the right recipes.
Need proof? Here are some wonderful winter salad ideas!
Grilled Caesar Salad with Cabbage – This is a filling Caesar Salad variant that features marinated anchovy fillets instead of chicken, grilled cabbage, garlic breadcrumbs, raisin, caper, and pecorino cheese.
Sweet Potatoes and Collard Greens Salad with Cashews – Here is a winter salad featuring roasted sweet potatoes, collard green, feta cheese, roasted cashews, and a red palm oil vinaigrette.
Celery Root Salad with Parsley and Apples – This is a light winter salad featured shredded apple, raw celery roots, flat-leaf parsley leaves, habanero chilies, and a tarragon-infused mayonnaise dressing.
Rainy Day Eggplant and Chicken Salad – This is an eye-catching winter salad featuring roasted eggplant, chicken, basil, oregano, mint leaves, garlic, and red onion ricotta cheese, and kalamata olives.
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