Crunchy Stacked Salad Recipe
If you feel like you’re missing something important while on a restricted diet, try adding “crunch” to your meals. Crunchy foods add an amazing level of satisfaction because of their “chew factor.” This stacked salad combines crunchy vegetables with herb flavors for a delightful combination. Remember that vinegar can be a histamine trigger, so leave out the traditional dressings and get the extra flavor from the herbs and olive oil. There aren’t exact measurements or ingredients for this recipe — you can make it for 40 people or just for you, using whatever crunchy, low-histamine vegetables you have on hand. Here’s a basic recipe to get you started.
- Fennel, sliced into thin rounds
- Carrots, sliced into thin rounds, peeling optional
- Cucumber, sliced into thin rounds, peeling optional
- Jicama, peeled and sliced into thin rounds
- Sugar snap peas
- Green onions, sliced thin
- Olive oil
- Dried herbs of choice, to taste
- Salt and pepper, to taste
- Parsley sprigs
- In a large bowl, combine vegetables and olive oil.
- Stack the vegetables in layers on a plate.
- Sprinkle with dried herbs, salt, and pepper.
- Top with parsley sprigs.
- Serve fresh, or refrigerate for up to 1 week.
To discover more about low-histamine foods, read Low-Histamine Recipes.
Shawna Coronado is an author, blogger, photographer, and media host who focuses on wellness by teaching green lifestyle living, organic gardening, and anti-inflammatory cooking. Shawna’s cookbook Stacked With Flavor (September 2019), is full of dairy-free, grain-free, and low-sugar recipes that are anti-inflammatory. Visit her website to learn more.
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