Friday, 13 January 2012
Making Your Salad More Enjoyable Without Cream
Vegetable salad is made with different vegetables like cabbage, carrot, peas, beetroot, lettuce, etc. Some people add pastas like macaroni, to make it actually a full meal.
As you know salad cream (dressing) or mayonnaise is added into the ingredients. This is where the challenge comes in… making it healthy and the same time enjoyable.
The cream added to most vegetable salads are packed with high calories! This makes it quite unhealthy for people who are conscious of their eating habits. On the other hand, it will be difficult to eat this without anything… to add taste.
So how do you enjoy your salad without the high-calorie cream?
How do you eat healthy and really truly enjoy it?
This is what I do; I mean how I eat my salad and truly enjoy it. I add SWEET CORNS!. I do not use cream and do not miss it! I keep the salad ingredients, simple. I do not mix more than two or three vegetables at the same time. I pick my vegetables (use about 3 types of vegetables at a time. This is in order to have varieties every time you pick different vegetables) then, I add my sweet corn (as much as you like) mix and I am ready to go! You can rinse out the sweet corn or use direct from the can.
I have been eating my salad for years and I must tell you I have never missed cream. If you are health-conscious , this is a great alternative!
Please feel free to share your recipe too!
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