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Again produce from my allotment & a lovely vegan gluten-free breakfast salad!

on 25/04/2015

This morning, we went to our allotment & cut off mixed salad leaves, 9 radishes & fresh chervil yet again. We let the chervil grow & grow! After picking, we ate this lovely breakfast salad, that we eat often in our house.

yum yum yumm!

yum yum yummy!

The radishes & a lot of the fresh chervil, we will eat in a future salad, this evening. Stay tuned for this tasty recipe soon,…Promise! x

Recipe: For 2 medium plates

Ingredients:

* For the salad:

2 handfuls fresh-cut off salad leaves, home-grown, cleaned, washed Β spun dry, one handful per plate

8 medium fresh strawberries, cleaned, each cut up into 2

12 fresh blueberries, cleaned

some black pepper

some ground Curcuma( turmeric)

a fruity extra virgin olive oil: a few drizzles per plate

a good aged dark balsamic vinegar: a few drizzles per plate

some fresh chervil, cleaned & spun dry

* For the cooked oats:

a lot of medium-sized oats

water

unsweetened soy milk

Method:

1. First, cook your oats in half water & half unsweetened soy milk. I never measure it. Do what you want, just see that you have enough liquid to the oats. Cook on medium-heat until cooked through. I always use medium-sized oats that need 15 minutes of cooking. Stir often. Keep warm.

2. Take 2 cool breakfast plates. Place 1 handful of the mixed salad leaves on it, in a nice pattern. Do the same with the other plate. It will look something like this:

mixed salad leaves!

mixed salad leaves!

3. Place your strawberry halves on top of your salad leaves, all evenly divided. This means 8 halves of strawberries onto each plate. Scatter your fresh blueberries around it all, evenly divided. Scatter some dashes of Curcuma over the salad & some grins of finely milled black pepper. Do the same with the other plate. Pour some drizzles of that fruity oil over your salad & then some drizzles of a good aged balsamic vinegar. Do the same with the other plate. Scatter some of your own fresh chervil to the salad. The same with the other plate. Finally, add a dollop of 2 of your cooked oats to the plate. Serve at once & enjoy with a loved one! MMM! πŸ™‚ Healthy & pure! x

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36 responses to “Again produce from my allotment & a lovely vegan gluten-free breakfast salad!

  1. Angie@Angie's Recipes says:

    So fresh and tasty! Look forward to more healthy and delicious bites from your allotment.

  2. What a lovely salad! πŸ™‚

  3. Mmmm, lovely, colorful looking, breakfast salad! πŸ™‚

  4. lou says:

    Hello Sophie,
    You’re such a lucky girl with these vegetables from your own allotment.
    It’s is just the beginning of the season. Go on and have fun with your gardening.
    Love,
    Mamalou

  5. thehungrymum says:

    such a healthy way to start the day! Having an allotment sounds so romantic πŸ˜‰

    • Sophie33 says:

      Romantic, you say? It is hard work but fun, fun, fun! It relaxes me & gives me tons of energy! It is a full body work-out too! πŸ˜‰ x

  6. lucylox says:

    How wonderful, such beautiful homegrown leaves 😍😍

  7. Tammy says:

    I love salad for breakfast!

  8. vivalaViv says:

    I should really start eating healthier.., thank you for reminding me! :-*

  9. Norma Chang says:

    Gorgeous, just gorgeous. Love the mixed green. You sure are doing well with your allotment.

  10. Your breakfast salad makes me excited for garden season!

  11. hotlyspiced says:

    What a lovely breakfast and how satisfying that you grew your own salad ingredients. There’s a lot of healthy goodness in this start to the day xx

  12. Koko says:

    Beautiful produce! A breakfast salad…why didn’t I think of that! It looks like a beautiful, healthy way to start the day!

  13. Breakfast salad? Sounds like a brilliant idea and a nice change from the fruit salad I usually have – so tasty and healthy πŸ™‚

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  14. Sean & Linda says:

    We also made this lovely Breakfast salad with the oats!
    Super filling & so delicious fab too! xxx

  15. Johan says:

    A great alternative breakfast salad that is also great for our body! I will make it tomorrow morning, ooh yes! x

  16. Such beautiful greens!!

  17. Liz says:

    This is totally awesome and I really love the photos. Thank you so much for sharing. Have a wonderful time and happy blogging!

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