Hakurei Turnip & Rocket Salad

  • Serves makes 6 cups
  • Cooks in 0
  • Prep time 10 mins
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  • 4 hakurei salad turnips
  • 2 cups hakurei turnip greens
  • 2 cups rocket | arugula leaves
  • 10 chive leaves
  • 4-6 Chive Flowers
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Hakurei Turnip & Rocket Salad with Chive Flowers


WASH & spin your rocket | arugula & turnip greens. Wash your turnips well.   


SLICE Turnips thinly. Chop chive leaves. Roughly chop turnip greens & any larger rocket leaves.  


MIX all ingredients in a salad bowl. Pull chive flowers off the stem and garnish the salad. Discard the flower stem as it’s tough.


Serving Ideas
Chive & Thyme Dressing
Mixed Mustard Dressing
Oil-free Orange Cider Vinegarette

Asparagus & Chard Quinoa Risotto

Chef Hat Icon Chef tips + Ingredient Swaps + Ideas

HAKUREI Salad Turnip Greens are edible.


SWAP Rocket & Turnip Greens for lettuces and baby salad greens


ADD or SWAP finely sliced spring vegetables; asparagus, radishes, carrots, snow peas, snap peas.


LOW FODMAP + IBS limit serving size 1 cup and see how your body feels.

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