Mixed Baby Greens Salad

Mixed green salad can be made with any edible salad greens, edible weeds and edible medicinal and culinary herbs you have grown, foraged, farmed or procured.  The more local, seasonal and naturally grown the produce you buy and eat is the better it is for you and for the planet.

  • Prep 10 mins
  • Cook Time 0
  • Difficulty Low
  • Serving4
  • Anti Inflammatory

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Ingredients

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  • 4 cups baby lettuce leaves
  • 2 cups rocket | arugula
  • 2 cups mixed baby greens*
  • ½ - 1 cup herb leaves
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Method

Mixed Baby Greens Salad

 

WASH & SPIN dry baby leaves and greens

 

TEAR or roughly chop any herbs or larger leaves

 

MIX all the salad greens and herbs in a bowl.

 

SERVE as is or with our Orange Cider Vinaigrette or salad dressing on the side.  You can dress the leaves for the whole salad by tossing lightly with 2-3 tbsp of salad dressing – only do this is you are planning to eat all the salad as it does not keep well dressed.  

Tips + Suggestions

EDIBLE weeds and medicinal and culinary herbs can be added with any salad greens, 

 

* MIXED BABY GREENS –  use baby green leaves like baby spinach, mizuna, baby kale, frisee leaves, any lettuces, mustard greens, baby chard, radish and turnip tops, french sorrel, chive leaves.