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Simple Iceberg Lettuce Salad with Lemon&spicy mustard vinaigrette

Today I posting a very simple and healthy Salad. This is one recipe for the people who are watching their calories. Really simple to make with loads of flavor. Here is my version of Iceberg lettuce chopped salad with Lemon and spicy mustard vinaigrette. Hope you guys will enjoy this!!


For Salad

1/2 head iceberg lettuce, core removed and chopped
4 radishes, chopped
1 shallot
1/3 cucumber, peeled and chopped
1 cup shredded carrots
1/4 yellow bell pepper or 1 small yellow sweet pepper
6 to 8 cherry tomatoes halved

For Lemon - Spicy Mustard Vinaigrette

2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/2 tsp Spicy Mustard (can use regular dijon mustard)
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp ground black pepper
4 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil


For Salad

Combine lettuce and chopped veggies in salad bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and keep aside till you are ready for serving.

For Vinaigrette

In a bowl take the lemon juice and add in the mustard, salt and pepper and whisk till the mustard is well blended into the lemon juice. Now add in the olive oil and whisk till everything is well incorporated. Set aside till you are ready for serving.


Take the salad onto a salad plate and drizzle the vinaigrette as much as you want. I have to tell you that little goes a long way. Voila..tasty and healthy salad is ready for you to eat.


If you prefer some protein in your salad, add chopped boiled eggs or grilled chicken or even canned tuna works well with the above salad.


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