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Salata

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Ingredients

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3 cloves garlic- peeled and sliced
1/8 tsp pepper- black and grinded
salt to taste
2 cup lemon juice
1 cup oil- canola
1 lettuce- large, rinsed, dried, and sliced
1-pint tomato- cherry and halved
1 onion- red and sliced
4 oz cheese- crumbled

Nutritional information

291
calories
10.7 g
carbohydrates
3 g
protein
27.8 g
fat
148 mg
sodium
11 mg
cholesterol

Salata

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 15 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Across Afghan homes, salata is a treat that no visitor dares to resist. How do you even resist food with great taste and great flavour? In just 25 minutes, you can get this delicacy on your plates, right there in your kitchen, only as long as you follow the recipe. Made from fresh vegetables and fruits, each bringing their own earthy flavor, chunkiness and texture and crunchiness required, tis salad is great to start your day with and even perfect for those warm summer nights when you are looking forward to food that are both light and fresh. So, what are you waiting for? Get started.

    Health Benefits

    Salata is not only nutritious but also nutrient-packed. This is why more people continue to take it on daily basis.

    Garlic is one of the ingredients for this recipe and it boosts the immunity. Its antioxidant properties make it good for protection against many ailments and bacteria as well.

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    How to make Salata

    • Crush in a mortar and pestle garlic, pepper, salt for 5 minutes for the mixture to form a thick paste. Move paste to a jar and add lemon juice and the canola oil.
    • Toss lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, in a bowl and use it to dress the paste.
    • Serve at once.

    Trivia

    People in Salem, New Jersey believed tomato was poisonous when Robert Gibbon Johnson came with it in 1802. He had to eat a basket of tomato in front of the shocked crowd to show they were wrong.

    Leila Walsh

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