All about salad, I must say i am a huge fan of salads, apart from the fact all the fruit and veg are super healthy, the colours and flavours all compliment one another. Salad dressings are one thing I don’t use very often but but for this one i thought it would bind quite nicely, which it does! I added the smallest bit of dijon mustard too to add a kick of spice and flavour to the mix.
Celery, mustard, eggs, milk & sulphites.
Beef 100g- I used left overs from a roast beef dinner, but I’m sure sliced beef would be just as good!
Lettuce 4 leaves
Cucumber 2 inches from a stick
Celery 1 stick
Feta cheese 30g
Mayonnaise – 3 Tablespoons
Dijon Mustard – Teaspoon
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 0 minutes
- Tear the lettuce leaves and place on a plate or bowl as a basis.
- Add in the chopped cucumber and celery, tear or chop the beef to bite sized pieces.
- Mix the mayonnaise and mustard until evenly spread around the food.
This is an overview of all of the macro-nutrients (e.g. fat, carbohydrates, protein) and what individual ingredients of the recipe offer as a percentage to each nutrient.
Calories: 47% mayonnaise, 33% beef, 13% feta.
Carbohydrates: 66% mayonnaise, 14% lettuce, 10% cucumber.
Of which sugar: 45% mayonnaise, 23% lettuce, 18% cucumber.
Fibre:52% lettuce, 30% cucumber, 19% celery.
Protein: 78% beef, 15% feta, 2% cucumber.
Fat: 71% mayonnaise, 16% beef, 9% feta.
Of which Saturates: 36% mayonnaise, 32% beef, 30% feta.
Salt: 53% mayonnaise, 26% feta, 14% mustard.
This recipe is 10 minutes max and so tasty to eat, great if you are on the go or in a hurry to fill your belly!
Let me know what you think…