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From our kitchen Green Salad With Sprinkle

"Come summer, a simple fresh crunchy green salad is a very welcome bowl on the table. The key is finding the best quality, freshest greens you can, tossing a generous amount of fresh herbs through. If you can get your greens and herbs from your local market, that’s wonderful. Add a garnish of our salad sprinkle here to go along with the zesty dressing for a bit of texture and store extra dressing in Extra Small Styleware bowl in your fridge for next time."

Styleware Style Files From Our Kitchen Spring Recipe Series.

Recipe, photography and introduction by Harriet Davidson

Salad Ingredients

2 cups mix of fresh green leaves

1/2 mixed herbs (dill, basil, parsley and mint are all great)

2 radishes

2 tbsp salad sprinkle



2 tbsp olive oil

1 tsp seeded mustard

1 garlic clove

1 tbsp apple cider vinegar

1 tsp honey

Pinch of salt

Pepper to taste

Juice of half lemon


For dressing, combine all ingredients in a small bowl making sure the honey is dissolved.


Wash and dry all greens and combine with herbs in a mixing bowl. Use a mandolin, or knife, to slice radish as thinly as possible. When ready to serve, dress salad in mixing bowl before placing in Styleware bowl. Sprinkle with salad sprinkle (see below), another pinch of salt and some freshly cracked black pepper.


Styleware Style Files From Our KItchen Spring Recipe Series.

Salad Sprinkle Ingredients

1 cup flaked almonds

1/2 cup cashews

1 cup pepitas

1 cup sunflower seeds

2 tbsp fennel seeds

2 tbsp rosemary, fresh or fried

1/2 cup linseed

1/2 cup chia seed

1 tbsp salt flakes

1/4 cup sesame seeds

2 tbsp tamari


Pre-heat oven to 200C deg. Combine all ingredients except for tamari in a bowl and mix thoroughly. Tip nut and seed mix onto a large baking tray and spread evenly, making sure they’re in a single layer. Use two trays if needed.


Place in oven for 7-9 minutes until starting to go golden. Remove from oven and tip into large bowl. Pour over tamari as quickly as possible so the mix is still hot and the tamari will steam. Stir to mix through and coat mixture.


Tip back out onto trays and return to oven for another 5-7 minutes. Watch carefully as the nuts can over-roast very quickly.


Remove from oven and let cool before storing in your Styleware bowl.

Styleware Style Files From Our Kitchen Spring Recipe Series.