Salad equals easy, right? This may be right, however, it’ll take you some 35 to 50 minutes for this one, depending on how you organize yourself. You’ll have to boil the chicken breast and the potatoes first, then it’s all about simply mixing all the ingredients together. Nothing new, right?
This vegetarian rich salad can also be consumed as a main course, too. It’s a low-fat low-cal mildly sweet and sour mixture of boiled green beans, vinegar-soaked red onion, cherry tomatoes, and panko. We made it even more interesting by flavoring it with soy sauce and serving it drizzled with lime juice.
Although it has some carbs, we think this hearty salad really is worth your time. The secret to it is to cut and chop the root veggies and especially the cooked beef as finely as possible. Mix everything well and you end up with a creamy, tasty, and nutritious dish. In fact, is this a complete meal, or what?
This is not Tschirky’s original Waldorf salad. Instead, we played a little with the ‘classical’ recipe. We kept the walnuts, apples, and celery, but we substituted grapes with pineapple and tossed cognac-soaked dried fruits into the mix. No mayonnaise! And no bed of lettuce or other leafy greens, this time. Try it. It’s good!