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Light and Practical Salad Recipes for Summer

Our dietary preferences change from fatty, heavy meals to light, and vegetable meals in the summer. Consuming heavy, meaty, and fatty meals can adversely affect our health with the loss of water in our bodies in the summer. Instead, the intake of high water content and mineral-rich natural nutrients will contribute to our health and will make you feel cooler and lighter. Seasonal salads prepared with seasonal vegetables will be a good choice at this point. Let's take a look at the varieties and recipes of various summer salads that are among the healthy alternatives that will cool your body that is overwhelmed by the heat of summer...



Purslane Summer Salad



One of the great summer salads enriched by the freshness of yogurt and purslane. Wash a bunch of purslanes and split it with your hand or chop. In a separate bowl, mix the strained yogurt with the salt and olive oil. If you wish, you can also add garlic and dill to yogurt. It's entirely up to you. Add the purslane to the yogurt mixture. If you wish, you can sprinkle the dried tomatoes cut finely, which you leave in hot water for a while.



Yogurt Summer Salad



The season when potatoes are fresh is summer even though they are used in four seasons. This causes potatoes to find their place in summer salads. Peel 2 potatoes and boil them after chopping them large. After grate 1 zucchini and 1 carrot, roast in a little oil. Chop the dill and parsley finely. Mix yogurt and mayonnaise in a bowl. You can also add garlic if you like. Add salt and mix all the ingredients.



Chickpea Summer Salad



You can serve this salad, which can replace a meal, next to your grilled food considering the nutritiousness of chickpeas. Prepare delicious summer salads with tomatoes and bell peppers in season. Put 1.5 glasses of boiled chickpeas in a container. Chop 1 tomato into small cubes. Chop 1 green bell pepper and 1 red bell pepper after removing the seeds. You can also add green olives if you like. If you like, you can prepare a sauce with only olive oil and lemon juice or add pomegranate molasses. Mix all ingredients and add salt.



Bulgur Summer Salad



Bulgur is one of the nutrients rich in vitamins, minerals, and fibers. It allows them to replace the main meal with summer salads. Cook 1 glass of bulgur like rice or boil it in water. Chop 1 cucumber, 2 tomatoes, 1 roasted red pepper, scallion, dill, mint, and parsley and put them into a bowl. Add the cooked bulgur to the container after cooling. Prepare the sauce by mixing olive oil, pomegranate molasses, lemon juice, and salt in a separate container. Add the sauce to the bowl and mix. You can add garlic or remove scallion if you like.



Mediterranean Salad



It's time for one of the most famous summer salads. The Mediterranean Region, which first comes to mind when it comes to summer and greens, also gives its name to the salad that reflects the region’s characteristics. Chop lettuce, red leaf lettuce, tomato, yellow or green bell pepper, and transfer to a bowl. Add black olives and chopped cheese. You can also add any summer greens you like. There are no limits to greens in summer salads. Mix olive oil, lemon juice, pomegranate molasses, and salt in a separate bowl for the salad sauce and add to the greens, and blend. Your salad is ready!



You can also prepare colorful summer salad varieties according to your taste. However, it is important that the products you use are natural and organic in terms of both the taste of your salads and your health. Dried tomatoes and pomegranate molasses that you can use in summer salad recipes are available on Jr. SousChef. In addition to dried tomatoes produced from organic tomatoes collected in the season and dried under the sun, you can easily order organic pomegranate molasses and many other natural flavors that do not contain additives, preservatives, and colorants, and you can comfortably use them in all your summer salads.