This delicious salad is great for lunches and dinners, or served on the side of some protein! I was inspired by a food truck I visited in Byron, and recreated it with some personal touches.
It has a variety of vegetables which is great when you're looking for a nutritional meal! You can even add some chopped almonds or walnuts for some additional anti-inflammatory properties.
It also doesn't require too many ingredients! The recipe calls for a salad dressing, and I'd highly recommend this homemade Turmeric, Ginger, Honey and Mustard Vinaigrette but if you don't have all those ingredients, it is really easy to whip up your own salad dressing from ingredients you have around the house. If you search for a homemade vinaigrette you'll be certain to find one that suits your requirements.
This recipe can be made Low FODMAP by omitting the garlic and onion, and watching your portions of sweet potato and lentils.
It is naturally suitable for those with a lactose intolerance, and who are gluten free.
These ingredients are entirely nightshade free.
And those following a pescatarian, vegetarian and vegan diet can enjoy this healthy salad.