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Using herbs as salad vegetables

  1. Almost all vegetables originated from herbs. When an herb is cultivated and grown, it gets bigger every year. At some point, it gets so big that it's a big part of the meal. The difference between herbs and vegetables is therefore not very clear. There are all kinds of tasty herbs you can use as vegetables. In this article you will not read any recipes, but there are all kinds of ideas about how you can use an herb as a basis for a salad. You are encouraged to create your own favorite herb salad.

1. Flat-leaf parsley

  1. There are roughly two types of parsley: flat-leaf parsley and curly parsley. In principle, you can use both as the basis for a salad. You can buy a bunch of flat-leaf parsley for around one euro. You can add oil, vinegar and some other vegetables such as cucumber and tomato

2. Sellerie

  1. Sellerie is usually seen as a soup herb. That is not entirely justified, because the full taste of celery is ideal for making a salad. Sellerie can be mixed with other leafy vegetables such as turnip greens and kale. Also adding paprika

3. Coriander

  1. Coriander leaves are either found to be very tasty or hate for a soapy taste experience. People who like it can use the leaf raw as a salad leaf. It's a good idea to mix coriander bath with leaves that taste less pronounced like iceberg lettuce

4. Basil leaf

  1. Basil is an herb that gives tomatoes a better taste. You can use a whole bunch of basil to season one tomato; you then have a great basil tomato salad. Top it off with some olives and add some fresh oregano or marjoram leaves if you like

5. Herb salad mix

  1. Mix equal parts chives, basil, parsley, coriander leaves, mint and thyme; preferably fresh from your own garden, but from the market is also possible. Make a small side salad from the leaves. Add a little bit of chopped onions and bell pepper pieces and possibly a surprising strawberry, pineapple or cantaloupe melon

6. Chicory

  1. Chicory, which sometimes even grows wild in the middle of the city, makes an excellent salad. This herb is a typical example of an herb that has been made a vegetable. Cultivated chicory is chicory but also endive! Try something original and make a salad of chicory, endive and chicory. Add some sweet dried fruits to balance the bitterness. You can also add something sharp like a small piece of shredded hot pepper, a pinch of black pepper or maybe even a sliced ​​ginger ball

7. Chervil

  1. Chervil can grow in your own garden; you don't often see this plant fresh in the store. It is a great salad plant. Chervil can be combined with angelica leaf - also such a beautiful unknown salad leaf - dill, wild garlic, chives or pipe garlic and to top it all off: nettle

8. Lavas

  1. The lovage plant

9. Flowers

  1. Read here

10. Herb salad mix (2)

  1. Marjoram, dill, fennel, oregano, sage, thyme and verbena can all be mixed together in tablespoon quantities with a tomato, radish slices and some grated cucumber. This way you can make a salad with a 50-50 ratio of herbs and vegetables. Don't stick too strictly to these ingredients but vary with your own favorite treats so that you can design your own creative dishes.

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