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Sophie’s smoked salmon & vegetables salad with a mustard- honey dressing

A divine & wonderful festive smoked salmon salad!
Hello, folks! I am back!
It has been a while since I posted something new. I was on holiday with my husband. We went on a biking holiday. It was lots of fun. Also, I started a new diet. I am eating a lot of gluten-free products, I feel a lot better, have a lot more energy & I am losing weight at the same time too.
This is an older recipe of mine but it still works. You can vary the ingredients. You could add blanched green or white asparagus, any veggie that you like,etc.

Recipe: For 2 persons
Ingredients:
** For the salad:
cooked potatoes, for 2 persons, cooled off in the fridge, cut into 4
300 gr of green beans, cleaned, tops & ends removed, cooked until tender & drained off, cooled into the fridge ( Can be done a few hours before dinner )
2 heads of Belgian endive (witloof ), cleaned & hard bottom cut out, washed & pad dry on kitchen paper, divided into long wedges
8 spring onions, cleaned & cut into smaller rings
2 packets or home-grown garden cress , to serve
2 organic eggs, hard-boiled & cooled off in ice water, peeled & sliced with an egg slicer in thinner rounds
about 350 to 400 gr of the best of smoked salmon you can find, in thin slices
Alpro soy baking margarine ( is gluten-free  & dairy free )
** For the honey & mustard dressing: ( You will have enough for a few days later )
1 large empty jam pot with fitting lid
2 heaped tablespoons of gluten-free good mustard
2 heaped teaspoons of a good honey
6 tablespoons of cider vinegar
16 tablespoons of a fruity EVOO
Method:
1. 30 minutes before serving, take every ingredient out of the fridge.
Make your dressing. Take the large empty jam pot & place all the ingredients for the dressing in it. Screw the lid well on. Shake the jam pot up & down until the dressing all is well combined. Taste! It has to taste fab!
2. I fried my spring onions in a hot frying pan with some baking margarine until golden.
3. Plate up your 2 large plates. I begin with bundles of 2 or 3 green beans, placing them apart from each other, all around the platter. Then, I place the Belgian endive wedges, besides the green beans & so that the pointed wedges, stick out at the outside of the plate. That looks nicer.
I place the cut up potatoes , 2 or 3 besides each other between the beans & witloof. Divide them evenly all over the 2 plates. I place 1 hard-boiled egg, in thin slices, all around the platter, near the middle, I place half of the baked spring onions in the middle of the plates. I lay the thin smoked salmon slices, all around the outside of the plate, lightly over the beans & witloof. The garden cress will be divided nearby the salmon. I also top the baked spring onions with a nice piece of the salmon.
When your plate looks fabulous, just before serving, drizzle the dressing over your salad. Not too much but just enough. You can always add some dressing later on.
Enjoy with some good company & a good glass of a white Sauvignon Blanc.
This salad is nice & lovely on its own but it is also lovely enjoyed with some crusty bread or with some good gluten-free crusty bread.

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

97 thoughts on “Sophie’s smoked salmon & vegetables salad with a mustard- honey dressing

  1. This is the perfect meal- it looks so delicious! Mustard-honey is my favourite dressing, I even made some a couple of days ago! I hope you had a great holiday, I was wondering where you had gone!! I'm glad to hear you are feeling better on your new diet now 🙂

  2. This is perfect for my mood! On my agenda now. What fun to have a biking holiday – I'm getting a new bicycle this week and can hardly wait. My old bike is 23 years old and a wee bit uncomfortable! Yay for you and biking and gluten-free feeling good!

  3. what a perfect salad for the warm weather — light yet filling. glad to read you had a nice holiday. welcome back! Paz xoxox

  4. I'm glad my hubby isn't here to visualize your beautiful platter. It would only remind him that I haven't bought smoked salmon in a long while!Buon appetito and flavourful wishes, Claudia

  5. Great recipe, Sophie! I personally think smoked salmon and potatoes is one of those sublime combinations, and the dressing sounds like a great finish. One thing – I can't see a reference to the potatoes in your instructions (only the ingredients list)? Thanks…

  6. Hi Sophie, I am glad that you had a great time…this salad is awesome…looks delicious and it sure looks nice.

  7. Sophie, this is a perfect platter and has all my favourite foods. Smoked salmon, veggie and honey mustard .. yummy!

  8. Welcome back Sophie. I'm so glad to know of your new food regimen and that you feel so much better being gluten-free. Good for you!That is a beautiful platter that would be perfect for company on a warm summer day. Thanks!

  9. Hi Sophie, Nice to see you back in blogging land!I bought a bike last month to cycle to work…only fell off once!!Your salad looks gorgeous I'll be trying it out over the weekend!Sav Blanc happens to be my favourite white wine too :o)

  10. So pleased you had a wonderful vacation, Sophie! And I'm with you regarding healthy food and some weight loss!Love your salad…it's perfect and presents beautifully!

  11. sophie! where are the photos from vacation? would love to see photos from your side of the world.gluten is a killer isn't it? i'm ok with it, but i know a lot of people that aren't.i love smoked salmon with anything really. did you ever see i used it with a glazed donut, so good.

  12. this sounds n looks healthy. U must be feeling great too. u always have healthy recipes. Ur biking holidays sounds awesome. m glad u had a good time! :))btw u dont need to lose weight. u look great:)

  13. I'm so glad you had a pleasant holiday. I love smoked salmon, so of course I loved this salad. Your dressing sounds wonderful. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  14. Your salad looks good, but it looks fabulous when you click on it for the big photo. Wow, that's a great combination.

  15. A biking holiday sounds nice! I am impressed you are going gluten-free, what a big change that is. I think I would be better with it in summer rather than a cold winter. I find it interesting that you are feeling better without it. That is my kind of salad. Yum!

  16. Hello, I am dipping my toes back into the blogging world again! I am sending this recipe to my mother in law who was just diagnosed with Celliac so she has to eat gluten free as well!

  17. What a healthy and delicious salad. How tasty with the smoked salmon and tempting dressing.Welcome back!

  18. Sounds like a great vacation! Yum, such a protein-packed and healthy salad. The smoked salmon looks lovely sliced so paper-thin.

  19. Welcome back Sophie. Hope you both had a marvelous time. I'd like to go biking somewhere in Europe (lots of scope there).This lunch looks soooo delicious, I'd like it right now.

  20. You GO girl! A holiday bike ride, so cool…A better diet too!!! What a feast for these tired eyes that salmon spread is…It may keep me up all night!!!Thanks for sharing…

  21. Le Benelux se prête beaucoup aux voyages à vélo.Avec le beau temps de ces jours-ci, ta salade fera un magnifique plat complet pour le soir.A bientôt.

  22. Sophie, I really like the sound of your mustard dressing. Smoked salmon is nice addition as well.

  23. Welcome back! Your trip sounds lovely. Glad your new diet is helping you feel better. This recipe looks full of wonderful textures and flavors! Yum!

  24. Glad to have you back Sophie, sounds like you had a wonderful holiday. Congratulations on your new healthy lifestyle and your salad sounds delicious especially with the mustard dressing.

  25. That looks so summery. Reminds me of salad Nicoise. And I like how you arranged everything prettily on a plate 🙂

  26. what an elegant and wonderfully-plated salad! bonus–it'd be delicious, too, particularly with that dressing. good stuff, sophie!

  27. I'm so happy you had a nice holiday, Sophie. It's so good to get out in the fresh air and get some exercise.Smoked salmon is a favorite here and your hearty salad looks delicious and healthy.

  28. Sophie, welcome back and happy to hear about your fun holiday! You are so smart to try gluten-free, and that is very inspirational! Your salad looks very satisfying and delicious.

  29. Mmmm… That dish looks glorious. Good luck with your diet. I've toyed with the idea of going gluten-free, but then I think about life without real pasta, and sourdough bread, and it passes :-)Robynx

  30. une salade sucrée salée mais surtout très gourmande !!!!hummmmm j'aime beaucoup l'idée !!bon lundi gourmand virginie

  31. That recipe sounds delicious–and healthy!Smoked salmon is one of the most delicious treats, and the great thing is that it requires virtually no preparation except what one decides to add to it!

  32. Mmmm! I don't think there is anything better than a smoked salmon salad and now that it is summer I have to start making them again. Love it! And wow this is a great salad dressing recipe! I will try this.

  33. Sensational looking salad, Sophie, the dressing sounds yummy too.I'm glad you enjoyed your holiday, love the new look blog, too.

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