Quick and easy to make and full of flavour. This dish will be sure to impress. Baby leaves such as spinach, red chard and little gem are sweet and tender, making them a great background to the smokiness of the harissa.
Try adding some pitted green olives.
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Gone are the days when a salad consisted of no more than a tomato and cucumber with a few leaves on the side. Thanks to the growing, production and distribution cycle and the introduction of many different types of salad leaves which are now grown in the UK, a salad can be a tasty and satisfying meal, a refreshing snack or a sumptuous starter.
Sweet, earthy beetroot and tangy goats cheese are a classic combination.
Romaine is the leaf for the Caesar salad. Its refreshing crunchy leaves add great texture and the surface of the leaves are perfect for holding the dressing.
Dean says: 'This makes a fantastic veggie meal and it's ready in less than 15 minutes!'
Try this summery salad for something different this month
Mild and ready in 25 minutes, this seafood salad is a real treat with crab meat, king prawns and cod and a delicate spicy flavour
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Tender prawns are great in stir-fries, the cashew nuts give this dish an added crunch and the shiitake mushrooms are tender and full of flavour Go to recipe