“Grillin’ and salad” season is in full swing. Over the next couple of months, there will be more days like today, where it’s just too hot to consider standing over the stove.
Two years ago, we were finishing up our trip through Turkey. Since then, I’ve been obsessed with making dishes we had on the trip, and ones found in the cookbook I bought there.
This dish is a disturbingly simple carrot and yogurt salad/dip. If you saw it in a cookbook, you would think it was boring. You would be wrong.
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Time for summer salads! Last year, I basically gave up on posting regular food and just posted salads. This may happen again.
To start, I’ve made a sage-infused quinoa and asparagus salad with fresh buffalo cheese. It was so nice that I made it twice!
Time for another great summer salad!
This salad is inspired by the flavours of the middle east, using herb/spice blend Za’atar as the main seasoning. White navy beans offer a fantastic base, with a mild and almost creamy flavour that balances with the earthy thyme in the Za’atar.