Interesting sides & salads

Interesting sides & salads

By
Tori Haschka
Contains
21 recipes
Published by
Quadrille Publishing
ISBN
978 184949 465 6

If not a baked potato, then what? If not fluffy naan, boiled rice, hot chips, velvety mash, or an artful twirl of noodles, then what will occupy the lion’s share of your dinner plate? The following are a collection of sides and salads that now take pride of place on our table. I’ll often match one with a variety of simply grilled and roasted proteins, from slow-roasted lamb, to quickly grilled chicken skewers, a seared piece of steak or salmon, a square of steamed tofu or a five-minute egg. They’re worldly and fun, swift – and best yet – filling, made from either smart carbs, vegetables or some sneaky protein. All of which means I’ve finally reached a stage where I can put a piece of grilled fish and one of the following on the table for dinner and The Hungry One will no longer look around and wonder what’s for the main course.

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