Salad recipe


Beet, edamame and carrot salad

We want to introduce you to a unique salad recipe that combines spinach, edamame, and carrots. This combination not only provides a distinct texture and flavor, but also is highly nutritious. It's a great way to mix up your diet and try new flavors.
  • 20 min.
  • 20 min.
  • 40 min
4 servings

A well-known dish that can be found in the culinary traditions of many countries is a salad. There are countless ways to make and eat this recipe, and every one of them is delicious! But where did the concept originate? What is the story behind this healthy dish?

The salad was first consumed by the Persians in 600 BC. C., and was also a common dish in Egyptian cuisine at a time when this culture was widely known to be very skilled farmers and could grow various fruits and vegetables such as lettuce.

The Latin term “herba salata”, which the Romans used to describe the practice of eating raw vegetables seasoned with water and salt, seems to be the etymological source of the word “salad”.

Learn how to prepare a different but healthy salad

Surely you are already tired of eating the same salads in your diet, so we want to share a different salad recipe that contains spinach, edamame, and carrots. This combination, in addition to providing a very distinctive and rich texture and flavor, is also highly healthy.

A very healthy salad

Beetroot is a completely healthy vegetable, as it is rich in antioxidants and nitrates that help improve blood flow and reduce blood pressure. In addition, it contains large amounts of fiber, which help speed up intestinal transit.

Carrots are known for their great ability to protect eyesight and take care of hair and nail growth, thanks to their vitamin A content. In addition, their high fiber content helps improve digestion and reduce stomach discomfort.

Edamame reduces cholesterol levels thanks to its contribution of healthy fatty acids, which is why it helps to have good cardiovascular health. In addition, it is perfect to help us maintain a healthy weight, thanks to the satiating properties that fiber gives it.

Surprisingly, it contains twice as much potassium as bananas, promoting the proper development of our muscles.

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For the vinaigrette:

  • For the vinaigrette: Mix all the ingredients and beat with a balloon whisk until emulsified.

  • Cook the quinoa and let cool. Cook the edamame in boiling salted water.

  • Arrange the vegetables in a decorative bowl, just before serving pour the dressing and mix, and serve immediately.


Per serving

Calories:356 kcal




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