This avocado spring salad is a surprisingly easy and elegant starter. It is easy to customize, as you can use any vegetable that suits your taste in its mix. This spring salad is not only a feast for the eyes but also for the body, you can have it as a healthy snack on its own or as a side dish to an elegant meal.
Proportion size will yield 2 servings of Avocado Spring Salad Halves
Nutritional information per serving size of 1/2 avocado
Calories: 28 . Total Fat: 27 g . Saturated Fat: 5 g . Trans Fat: 0 g . Cholesterol: 0 mg . Sodium: 22 mg . Carbohydrates: 12 g . Dietary Fiber: 7 g . Sugars: 4 g . Protein: 3 g
- 40 grams arugula
- 40 grams pomegranate
- 2 radishes, cut into strips
- 60 grams thinly sliced pea pod
- 15 mL olive oil (a tablespoon)
- 7 grams honey (a teaspoon)
- 5 grams Dijon mustard (half a teaspoon)
- Fresh juice from 1 lemon
- 1 avocado
- A few sprouts/herbs for garnishing
- Salt and pepper
Directions for making Avocado Spring Salad Halves
- Mix the radishes , arugula, pomegranate and pea pods in a bowl by lightly tossing them together.
- In a separate bowl, we mix the honey, olive oil, lemon juice and mustard until the concoction is nice and smooth. Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Add the wet ingredients to the salad, and toss it once more lightly.
- Now we cut the avocado in half and fill it with the salad.
- Garnish the mini salad with sprouts or herbs.
If you enjoyed this recipe and would like to look for a light and healthy dessert to complement your meal, you might be interested in looking over our Frozen Cranberry Lemon Cheesecake recipe.
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