Simple fast salad with romaine, tomato and pickles

Posted in: Recipes, Salad, Side dish, Vegetables

This is simple and fast dinner salad.

The key to it are pickles, which make it sour and not bland.

You’ll need:

1-2 lettuce romaine hearts

5-6 cornichons

¼ white onion

1-2 tomatoes

2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil

2 tbsp. basil, lemon basil

pinch of salt

pinch of fresh ground black pepper;

Peel the onion. Wash the onion, tomato, and romaine hearts.

Cut 1/4 of the onion, tomatoes in slices and romaine hearts in mid-sized pieces.

Cut cornichons in slices.  Mix veggies and pickles.

Add chopped lemon basil, salt, pepper and extra virgin olive oil.

Your salad is ready!


****Tip from Helen**** Add some dry/ fried bread to your salad (small cubes) and your salad will have absolutely new taste! ****Tip from Helen****

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2 Responses to Simple fast salad with romaine, tomato and pickles

  • RavieNomNoms

    Replied on: July 21, 2011, 4:32 pm

    I was reading this title “simple”, yes…”fast salad”, yes….”romaine”, yes please…”tomato”, nomnoms….”and pickles”, eerrrrp wait what?! haha

    This looks really good though, I would definitely eat it.

    • helenscooking

      Replied on: July 21, 2011, 5:32 pm

      LOL! Too funny! I love this salad. You can add avocado to it as well:-)

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