Gavurdag Salad Recipe
Gavurdagi salad is one of my favorite salads. I generally like walnuts in salads. But it's not just walnuts that make this salad delicious. Since the vegetables are chopped into tiny pieces, they give all their flavor. This flavor is riveted even more with pomegranate syrup, which has a sweet-sour flavor.
In these days when summer vegetables are the most delicious, I think they should find plenty of space on the tables and it would be especially good with kebabs. For example, it will be a great match with the kagit kebabi. For example, you can create a menu like this;
While preparing the menu, don't just look at the menu to make a soup, a main course, a salad, and a dessert. Make sure to observe the harmony of the meals in the menu and the carbohydrate balance. Even if you do not know much about foods containing carbohydrates, do as follows; Imagine sitting down and eating the menu you prepared, how do you feel? 1. Are you satisfied 2. Do you feel you ate too much? 3. Are you still hungry?
If your answer is 2 or 3, there is a problem with your menu. For example, if you put a stuffed or stuffed wrap on a table with main course + rice, you will get too much carbohydrates (due to rice), so you will both load unnecessary carbohydrates and cause bloating in the stomach. Not only the main course and side dishes, but also the soup is a dish that should be considered in this regard. Since soup is considered only as soup, not much attention is paid to it, but soup is also dangerous enough to disrupt the harmony of your menu. For example, in the case I mentioned above, consider that there is also a highland soup. Your guests will say, "You should at least make rice pudding on top of it." It's easy for you to be exposed to their jokes.
Therefore, review the harmony between each dish one by one. If you have rice on the table, choose grain-free soups such as tomato soup and vegetable soup instead of noodle or rice-containing soups. If your main dish includes meat, try not to make chicken soup.
One of the most frequent questions I get is how to create a menu with ravioli and similar dishes. I have a classic answer to these questions. If you don't know what to do with a meal, soup, meal and salad are enough. We invite a large number of guests, you may be thinking, should we just put a ravioli in front of them? In this case, you may think that ravioli may not be a very suitable dish for the guest tables you want to set up. Because ravioli is already a satisfying meal on its own. If soup is drunk beforehand, it will be torture in my eyes. A few kinds of salads that you will put out will make the table look rich enough anyway. If you offer a nice dessert after the meal, I don't think any guest can find fault with your table.
Enjoy the recipe...
- 1 white onion,
- 2 green peppers,
- 2 cucumbers,
- 2 tomatoes,
- 1 handful of parsley,
- 1 handful of dill,
- 1/2 teaspoon of finely ground walnuts,
- 2 tablespoons of olive oil,
- Plenty of pomegranate syrup,
- Peel and chop the onion and cucumber,
- Remove the seed part of the pepper and chop it into small pieces,
- Chop the parsley and dill,
- Chop the tomato into small pieces,
- Take all the ingredients in a deep bowl,
- Drizzle olive oil, pomegranate syrup and salt on top and mix.