A different kind of carrot salad - Vegan recipe

8:00:00 AM

Hello darlings!


While Nick was away overseas the other week it seemed that time was my worst enemy. I didn't seem to have any. The first thing that suffers when I don't have time is my cooking. No, that's a lie. The very first thing is ironing my clothes. But that's fine I don't really mind wrinkles in my clothes. I do mind going hungry though, lol.

This was my go to salad the past week. It's easy and very tasty. And yes it is a carrot salad even though it doesn't seem to have carrots in it. But it has! It's just the leafy part of the carrot and not the root.


I admit I didn't know about the leafy part of the carrots and how tasty they are until I started going to the organically grown vegetable market near my house. There is a lady in the market who sells this amazingly yummy carrots with their leaves. She was the one who suggested I use them in a salad. She wasn't wrong.



For this salad you are going to need

Half of a small cabbage, washed and shredded.
The leafy part of two carrots, washed and cut  with your hands
Seeds from half a pomegranate
Two (or more) horseradishes, washed, whole
3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
fresh squeezed lemon juice to taste


Toss it together in a bowl and mix the olive oil with the lemon juice. Ready. You can now dig in!

I certainly did! And I enjoyed every minute of it with the amazing OSMOS bowl from Zak!Designs. The company send me two OSMOS bowls in beech/white to try out. As a known lover of everything minimal and well made I loved these bowls on sight! The large one that is pictured here is perfect for salads and the smaller one it's great for your breakfast.

The design is excellent and the quality is too. If there is a draw back is the fact that melamine can't be microwaved since it holds up to 70 Celsius, but that's ok. The bowls are great for cold food!


 They also send me a set of small dishes which are perfect for dried fruit and nuts.


Along with a small tray dish for cheese and cold cuts.


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Lots of love


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16 comments

  1. Ο!!!! This is actually areally tasty salad! and with carrots!!!

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  2. Interesting! I always cut of the leaf of the carottes but I guess we have been doing it wrong all these years! From now on I will always use them! Can't wait to try this recipe!

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  3. Oh yum, this does look like a tasty salad. I'll have to try it out soon! Those look like some fabulous bowls.

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  4. I love the idea of using the carrot greens! I always try to reduce my food waste and this is a good way to do that

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  5. Oh that look like a fab recipe, I will have to try it. I love the dishes too!

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  6. This salad is easy to make and sounds delicious. To be truly honest, what really got my attention were those place. So cute!!

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  7. I absolutely love Ceaser Salad with Bacon. I could easily eat it a few times a week.

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  8. This is an interesting salad and looks delicious. I love carrots! I wonder why it is not orangey in color?

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  9. I can't recall ever having carrot salad but I think I'd really like it. Gorgeous plates, too!

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  10. Yum! That looks very fresh and tasty. I absolutely adore carrots so they usually end up being eaten raw as I cook

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  11. I always love finding great new salad recipes as I have trouble make ng my usual lettuce and cucumber interesting to eat lol! This looks great, especially for those busy weekday nights. Carrots are one of my favourite veggies but I didn't know about the leaves!

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  12. Very different sounds soo good. Love the giveaway. I love carrots with so many meals.

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  13. The salad looks amazing, perfect for a light lunch! I actually love ZAK products, I have the exact same set and I use them every single day!

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  14. This is going to sound stupid, but I had no idea the leafy parts of carrots were even edible! The dishware is perfect.

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  15. Oooo yum!!!! Now this looks like one yummy salad!! I will have to add it to my list of things to try. Delicious!

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  16. I have never had a salad like this but am always looking for new ones. I need to give this one a try!

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