You can make an easy and healthy orange salad using just a few ingredients.
Rosemary, olive oil, orange juice and basil all make a perfect addition to this delicious salad.
The only thing you really need to do is to peel your orange.
Just make sure that you don’t use a plastic bag because that can be toxic.
Make the salad at home, or use a food processor.
You’ll want to keep it in a cool and dry place, since the oil can burn the orange and the peel is not as fresh.
The same goes for the basil.
It can burn.
Place a little bit of the oil in the food processor and mix it with the orange juice.
It will take a while to blend, but it should come out about as thick as the orange.
Pour the juice over the salad and toss it with a little olive oil.
Serve this salad with lemon, olive, or lemon juice.
Recipe Notes This recipe makes 4 servings, so you could double the recipe if you like to serve it more or less as you like it.
The recipe also makes 4 cups of fresh orange juice, so if you’d like to make it less sweet, add 2 tbsp of lemon juice or more of lemon.
It tastes great served as a salad!
3.1 http://www.healthydirectives.ca/blog/orange-salad/recipe-orange-vinegar-salads/ recipe source The HealthDirectives blog title 4 Ways to Use Orange Vinegar in Your Salad article This recipe is easy to make and tastes great!
You can use it to make a creamy, citrus-forward salad that’s perfect for any time of the year.
Orange is known to contain vitamin C and vitamin E, so this salad is full of antioxidants and it’s rich in vitamins C and E. This salad is also delicious in a sandwich, with a side of the cucumber.
Try adding some fresh avocado or peaches, or you can also add sliced avocado and peaches to make this salad more delicious.
Recipe Notes 1 cup of orange juice contains: Vitamin C, vitamin E (vitamin A), potassium, vitamin A, vitamin D, beta-carotene, vitamin K, riboflavin, folic acid, pantothenic acid, thiamin, niacin, pantophyll, folate, folate, fumarate, thymol, selenium, zinc, ribonuclease, vitamin B12, pantocyanin, folinic acid, choline, copper, fucose, threonine, thiopental, lutein, manganese, selacite, vitamin C12, thiourea, thiotocyanidin, and many more!
This recipe also contains a small amount of sodium, which is a natural electrolyte.
Try not to eat too much salt.