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Salade Panachée -


This salad is very popular in Lebanon. The word "Panachée" concerning salad in French means several kinds or a variety of vegetables. It is very simple and some ingredients can be substituted, for example the Green Asparagus instead of white. Any kind of mushrooms can be used too, fresh or canned. or even lettuce. For a simple measuring, I would go with a cup of each ingredients.

Here's my version:
- Chopped Lettuce
- Fresh Endives leaves (cut the bottom and leaves become easy to remove)
- Corn
- Mushrooms
- Marinated artichokes (or non marinated)
- Asparagus (cooked or from a jar or can ready to use)
- Cherry tomatoes halved
- Sliced cucumbers

The dressing is very simple: Some Lemon juice, olive oil, salt & pepper. Also a little mustard can be added, about a teaspoon and you'll have a nice tangy vinaigrette.

Bon Appétit!

MAG

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1 comment:

Arlette said...

Hello Maggie,
great to see your post, I enjoy reading your salad..I missed you dear, I am going to start blogging again... been a long time. I am on Facebook search for Phoenician gourmet...
Arlette

The Phoenicians

"Upon the Tsurian sea the people live
Who style themselves Phoenicians...
These were the first great founders of the world --
Founders of cities and of mighty states --
Who showed a path through seas before unknown.
In the first ages, when the sons of men
Knew not which way to turn them, they assigned
To each his first department; they bestowed
Of land a portion and of sea a lot,
And sent each wandering tribe far off to share
A different soil and climate. Hence arose
The great diversity, so plainly seen,
'Mid nations widely severed."

-- Dyonysius of Susiana, A.D. 3
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