Brazilian Salad Recipe


recipes index

Special Offers


 

-::- -::- -::- -::- -::-





Brazilian Salad Recipe from the Recipes 4U Cookbook

 

Brazilian Salad Recipe

Recipe Ingredients

1 1/2 head mixed romaine and
1 leaf lettuce washed well,
1 gently patted dry
3 tomatos peeled and sliced
1 thin
1 large onion sliced thin
1 can (14-oz) hearts of palm
1 drained and sliced
1 can (6-oz) drained black olives
1 can (15-oz) drained garbanzo
1 beans
1 fresh chopped parsley to
1 garnish
1 olive oil

Recipe Preparation

Line serving platter with large lettuce leaves. Break the remaining
lettuce into bite size pieces and place over the top of the large
leaves. Arrange tomato slices, overlapping down the center of the
lettuce bed, tucking onion slices in between the tomatos. Arrange
sliced hearts of palm next to the tomatos. Add rows of olives and
garbanzos. Serve with a sprinkle of parsley and olive oil or other
favorite dressing on the side.

 

 

Servings: 1

 

 

 

Back to Salad Recipes



Food Tips of the Week

Dieting tips

If you wish to become slim and boost your all round health, then, as any dietician will tell you, you really should eat a thoughtfully calculated sensible daily routine. At best, this should include five measures of grains and vegetables each day and also incorporate the right mix of important nutrients.
Some low carbohydrate diet pointers:
* Dietary fiber is essential Lowering the carbs in your meals usually leads to fiber reduction also. Look for low carb recipes that are high in fiber to redress this.

* Use soya flour or soya baking mix. When you require flour for baked goods, substitute it with soya flour or a bake mix such as Atkins soy baking mix. In most cases, you can adapt your best loved recipes that use standard wheat flour to use these low carb alternatives.

Foods rich in lycopene
(includes grapefruit, red bell peppers and sweet gourd)

The phytochemical lycopene is a non-synthetic chemical compound and part of the carotenid family of phytochemicals. This chemical is responsible for the vivid red colour of a good number of food types.

Intrestingly, unlike numerous healthy agents, it is not damaged if it is cooked, but is really increased in efficacy by being cooked.

. Its most valuable value is that it serves as an antioxidant and appears to help to lower the chances of developing cancer.

This useful phytochemical is the most efficacious fighter of singlet oxygen, which is correlated with skin aging. It's also thought by many experts to block the development of atherosclerosis.






Brazilian Salad Recipe from the Recipes 4U Cookbook

You no longer need to spend money on over priced recipe publications or exorbitant meals out in posh eating establishments, all you have to do is locate and print out the recipe of your choice and before you know it, you will be preparing great food to delight your family in the convenience of your own kitchen


This Brazilian Salad Recipe is one of our Salad Recipes, which have been assembled from submissions from our readers and `free to use` sources. Clearly, with over 50,000 recipes in the collection it is impossible to try out every recipe, so take care and plan carefully. If you spot any mistakes, please tell us.


 

Brazilian Salad Recipe

Meal Type

Appetizer Recipes
Baking Recipes
BBQ Recipes
Bread Recipes
Christmas Recipes
Crockpot Recipes
Dessert Recipes
Dip Recipes
Drink Recipes
Meal Recipes
Slow Cooker Recipes
Stew Recipes

Meats

Bacon Recipes
Beef Recipes
Chicken Recipes
Meat Recipes
Poultry Recipes
Salmon Recipes
Seafood Recipes
Turkey Recipes

Ethnic Recipes

Asian Recipes
Ethnic Recipes
Indian Recipes
Irish Recipes
Mexican Recipes

Cheese, Egg and Dairy

Cheese Recipes
Egg Recipes

Fruit and Vegetables

Bean Recipes
Kale Recipes.
Fruit Recipes
Grain Recipes
Salad Recipes
Vegetable Recipes
Vegetarian Recipes

Nutrition and Diet Recipes

Diet Recipes
Diabetic Recipes
Healthy Recipes
Low Carb Recipes

.