Grape Cape Gooseberry Salad With Amada And Kasundi


Grapes rasbhari or cape gooseberry salad with mango ginger or amada and Kasundi or mustard sauce. Delicious healthy fruity salad with a zing of Kasundi or mustard sauce and flavored with raw mango and mint. Easy to make and filling salad for your busy days.

You may like some more salad recipes on this blog. Click on the name below for recipe.

1. Fruity salad with dried basil

2. Corn salad

3. Fruity salad

4. Peas chickpea low calorie salad

5. Mango pomegranate and tender coconut salsa

6. Watermelon salsa

Ingredients used to make this salad.

Black grapes These sweet juicy fruits are rich in antioxidants and other nutrients.

Cape gooseberry or rasbhari These cute small orange fruits are rich sources of vitamins, antioxidants and fiber.

Lettuce are commonly eaten fresh. And also a rich source of vitamins.

Tomato Low calorie tomato will not only enhance the taste of your salad but also enriched with vitamins, minerals etc.

Green chilli It will make your salad slightly spicy and its a rich source of vitamin C and other nutrients.

Carrot Highly nutritious carrot will give a sweetness and make your salad colorful and delicious.

Cucumber are low calorie and highly nutritious.

Amada or mango ginger has a rich flavour and also packed with many health benefits. To get one more recipe and other info about mango ginger click here.

Kasundi is a Bengali mustard sauce with pungent paste of fermented mustard seeds. Get the recipe here.

Raw mango will give a tanginess to the salad.

Sweet corn is my most favourite ingredient. And its rich in dietary fibre.

Mint leaves, cilantro, lemon juice, black salt and pepper for flavour and taste. And I also use a fresh red Jalapeno or large red chilli in the salad.


Sending this post to 289 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Salad Stories suggested by Poonam Bachhav who blog at Annapurna. Poonam has a wonderful blog with numerous mouthwatering recipes. Check out her delicious Vermicelli salad for this theme.

Recipe is very easy to make. Just combine everything and enjoy. Use green chilli, lemon juice and Kasundi according to your taste. I love the zing of Kasundi so added a teaspoon more before serving. If you don’t have amada or mango ginger then omit it. You can also use 1 teaspoon grated ginger in the salad if you like.


Recipe

Black grapes- 1 cup, halved

Cape Gooseberries or rasbhari- 1 cup, halved

Lettuce- 1 cup, chopped

Tomato- 1, chopped

Green chilli- 1-2 finely chopped

Red Jalapeno or large fresh red chilli- 1, finely chopped, optional

Carrot- 2 small

English cucumber- 1

Amada or mango ginger- 2 tablespoon, peeled and grated

Kasundi or mustard sauce- 1 tablespoon

Grated raw mango- 2 tablespoon

Sweet corn- 1/2 cup

Mint leaves- 1/4 cup

Cilantro or coriander leaves- 1 tablespoon, chopped

Lemon juice- 1 tablespoon or to taste

Black salt- 1&1/4 teaspoon or to taste

Black pepper powder – 1/2 teaspoon


Method

1. Rinse the grapes and rasbhari or cape Gooseberries well. Cut the both fruits into halved.

2. Tear up mint leaves roughly with your hand.

3. Cut the cucumber into small pieces.

4. Peel and grate the carrot.

5. In a large bowl mix all the ingredients. Mix well to combine everything.

6. Taste and add more lemon juice, kasundi or salt if required.

Notes

1. You can use 1 sliced onion if you like.

2. Any fruit, olive or cherry tomatoes can be used in this salad.

3. You can use 1 teaspoon grated ginger if you like.

4. If you don’t have amada or mango ginger then you can omit it.

5. Add chilli according to your spice tolerance.

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Fruity Salad With Dried Basil

Fruity salad with dried basil.
Sharing one of my favourite and simple yet tasty and flavourful salad.
A healthy, easy to make and delicious salad.
Serve this salad with lunch or dinner or enjoy a bowl full only salad. You can add any of your favourite fruit in it. I have used apple, pear, pomegranate, sweet corn and tomato. I have also added dry roasted almond and fresh coconut to add some crunch.
You may like some more salad recipes on this blog.

1. Corn salad

2. Fruity salad with parsley

3. Peas chickpeas low calorie salad

4. Mango pomegranate tender coconut salsa

5. Watermelon salsa

Sending this salad to this week’s Foodiemonday bloghop. I am late today. My kitchen is under renovation. So I have decided to skip this week. But my lovely friend Preethi Prasad suggested me to try something. In evening when the carpenters stopped their work for today I have made this simple yet healthy and delicious salad with whatever I had in my pantry. And very happy with the taste and flavour. Thanks Preethi.

This week 212 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is salad stories suggested by our bloghop member and very talented blogger Narmadha. Narmadha blog at Nams Corner. Check out her space for different kinds of recipes. I especially love her dessert recipes. You can also get non-veg recipes on her blog.

I have used apple, pomegranate, pear, cucumber, coconut and tomato. You can use any fruit of your choice. Finely chopped onion can be used in the salad. Sometimes I also add little garlic powder but today I have made it without onion garlic. You can also use mint leaves or cilantro/coriander leaves in the salad if you want.

Recipe

Apple – 1 small, cubed

Pomegranate arils – 1/2 cup

Pear – 1 small, cubed

Fresh coconut – 1/4 cup, finely chopped

Almonds – 2 tablespoon, dry roasted

Sweet corn kernels – 1/2 cup, boiled

Cucumber – 1 small, peeled and cubed

Tomato – 1, cubed

Pink or black salt or rock salt – to taste

Freshly ground black pepper – to taste

Dried basil – 1 teaspoon

Ginger powder – 1/2 teaspoon, optional

Lemon juice – 2 tablespoon

Vinegar – 1 tablespoon

Method

1. Slice the dry roasted almonds.

2. In a glass bowl combine all the fruits, tomato, cucumber and sweet corn.

3. Add black, pink or rock salt, freshly ground black pepper, dried basil, vinegar and lemon juice.

4. Add dry ginger powder if using. You can also use ginger julienne or grated ginger if you like the flavour of ginger.

5. Mix well. Taste and add more salt and lemon juice if required.

6. Serve immediately or keep in the refrigerator and serve chilled.

Notes
1. You can use any herbs of your choice instead of basil.
2. Finely chopped or sliced onion can be used in the salad.

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