This tasty salad may be eaten as a complete meal by itself! With carbs and lots and lots of veggies, your tummy will be satisfied and will barely notice that it’s a vegetarian dish.
I love salads. I love it more than cake, I love it more than chocolate. Slightly obsessed, if you ask me. Now when one mentions ‘salad’, what comes to mind? Wilted, leafy greens with tomatoes and cucumbers? A tasteless green salad with no dressing?
Well, think again. Salad does not have to be boring. Take a look at this Corn, Avocado and Lime salad on my blog. Or at my feta, chickpea and avocado salad (which also happens to be a personal favorite).
I’ve got another tasty salad recipe for y’all today. It’s filling enough to be eaten as a stand-alone meal and it’s super duper tasty. And healthy. You could even add shredded chicken for protein if you wanted to. It’ll become a balanced meal: carbs, protein and veggies all in the one dish. Perfect, no?
I’d recommend using only the hokkien noodles for this salad. Hokkien noodles, I find, are denser, tastier and are more filling than regular pasta. Plus, they only take a couple of minutes to have ready to toss into your salad.
Also, don’t be sparing on the peanuts. The more, the better! They add extra saltiness, nuttiness and crunchiness to your salad. Perfection.