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.


Serves: 1

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

  1. Tear the lettuce leaves and place on a plate or bowl as a basis.
  2. Add in the chopped cucumber and celery, tear or chop the beef to bite sized pieces.
  3. Mix the mayonnaise and mustard until evenly spread around the food.


Nutrient breakdown


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…

Sian x

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