I love this warm winter crunchy salad. In the winter salads are not as appealing; we gravitate towards warm foods. Still, some raw foods filled with enzymes and nutrients are good for us. I tend to stay away from the leafy vegetables during this time. This winter crunchy salad is an exception.
Celery is a negative calorie food, meaning it takes the body more calories to digest it than the food itself contains making it a very good food for weight loss. One stalk of celery has only a few calories because it is full of healthy cellulose. It is 95% water, very alkaline and filled with fiber. Its weight loss benefits are well known but you would be surprised at its other amazing properties. It provides a juicy texture to my winter crunchy salad.
A single serving of beets can boost your energy and lower your blood pressure.
Eating beets long term can help fight cancer, reduce arthritic pain, lose weight and assist in a number of other health areas. They provide health benefits and beautiful color to the winter crunchy salad.
Eat cabbage if you want the health benefits of beautiful glowing skin, and an immune system powerful enough to fight off just about anything, don’t forget this highly nutritious but common vegetable.
Carrots – forget about Vitamin A pills. With this orange crunchy superfood, you get Vitamin A and a host of other powerful health benefits including beautiful skin, cancer prevention, and anti-aging.
WHO recognizes that Onions help relieve symptoms such as coughs, congestion asthma, and respiratory infections. Onions are full of protective phytonutrients, vitamins, trace minerals, quercetin (an important flavonoid), chromium, and unique anti-inflammatory nutrients.
I love walnuts! My mom loved to cook with them because they add flavour and crunch to any meal. Now I know that walnuts are also highly nutritious, so much so that I consider them a superfood. They are high in omega 3 fatty acids, are a good source of protein and are rich in minerals. These add a great crunch in my winter crunchy salad.
Arugula with its aromatic, peppery flavour adds a wonderful dimension to a salad and to your sex life too. It is also known by other names such as salad rocket, garden rocket, roquette, rucola, rugula, or colewort. It is creat for cleansing and detoxifying the body as well as reducing inflammation.
Now time to make warm winter crunchy salad!
Warm Winter Crunchy Salad
- Chop the celery and walnuts.
- Grate the beet and the carrot.
- Finely slice the cabbage.
- Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl.
- Serve the salad with Warm Tahini Salad Dressing.
I hope you enjoyed my winter crunchy salad!
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More Recipes with Beets and Cabbage
Borscht Soup with a Difference Is Delicious– Borscht is the best way to get healthy superfood beets filled with beta-carotene and minerals into our diet. And it has lots of cabbage in it too. It is quick to cook, easy to vary, and enjoyed by everyone, even children.
Cabbage Walnut Salad – This cabbage walnut salad is so filling and delicious. Also, it is high in nutrients with a variety of vegetables and nuts in it which makes it very good for you too. The walnuts, pine nuts, and sesame seeds add a good vegan protein to it.
Tempeh Salad with Beets and Sprouts for Dinner – This is a simple tempeh salad recipe that is easy to make. It is full of nutrients from the beets, carrots and sprouts, pumpkin seeds and lots of protein from the tempeh which are all tasty superfoods. What makes it extra tasty is the marinated crispy tempeh. The red sweet beets add a very tasty flavor. If you are very busy and just want a quick meal then simple tempeh will work too.
Healthy Soup Recipes For You
Easy Peasy Green Pea Soup Is Especially Delicious – This green pea soup really is yummy and it is a super easy soup to make. Hearing me say that frozen peas taste good is amazing; as I don’t even like to eat frozen peas. But this creamy green pea soup is really delicious and within a week I had it twice! What I think is the difference is that this is the first time I had organic frozen peas and I am sure they taste better. The other thing about this soup is that it is surprisingly hardy and very filling.
Pumpkin Soup – With onion, ginger, spices and sweet pumpkin, this soup recipe for pumpkin soup is delicious! I love that it is vegan creamy without all that cow’s milk. The pumpkin seeds on top add a lovely crunch. I was given a very large pumpkin and did not know what to do with so much. So I created this recipe. I used one-quarter of it in this recipe so I froze the rest for more pumpkin soup later.
Kabocha Squash Soup – This is kabocha squash soup is my favorite vegan soup which I developed a few years ago. Every time I make it for friends they just love it and so do I. Soup is so good on cold autumn days and in the winter and this one is filling too. What is also do good about it is that there are only healthy ingredients in this soup so it is deeply nourishing.
Creamy Vegan Potato Leek Soup with Carrots – I created this potato leek soup at the end of September here in Edmonton, it felt like winter was almost here! This filling and warming soup is perfect for a yummy lunch. The recipe makes a big pot of soup which fed two of us for two lunches. It tastes so good that we also enjoyed it the second day too.
Lentil Soup: The lentil was named one of the World’s Healthiest Foods by Health magazine.
Creamy Swiss Chard Soup with Almonds is Delicious – This delicious Swiss chard soup is hearty with the addition of potatoes and is very nutritious too. I love that it is so creamy without the addition of cow’s milk and the crunchy almonds on top.
2 thoughts on “Warm Winter Crunchy Salad is So Tasty and Easy to Make”
I just read your recipe Warm Winter Crunchy Salad but I I didn’t see the recipe for Tahini dressing ? Can you please send it to me ?
Thank you .
Hello Mira, apologies for not posting the link to the recipe. You will now find the link above. Thank you for pointing it out. Enjoy.