Carrot and poppy seed yoghurt salad

Carrot and poppy seed yoghurt salad
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • 4 large "fresh from the garden" carrots
  • 1 large peeled red onion
  • 1 handful celery leaves
  • For the dressing;
  • 3 tbsp poppy seeds
  • 1 small pot plain natural yoghurt
  • Extra Virgin Olive oil
  • Balsamic Vinegar
  • Sea salt
Salad;
-Wash (Scrub) the carrots and crate into a large bowl.
-Chop the red onion in half and then slice as thinly as possible, place in the bowl with the grated carrot.
- Roll the celery leaves into a cigar shape and slice thinly, add to the carrot
Dressing;
Place the poppy seeds in a thick bottomed pan (I use a small cast iron frying pan) and add a good slugg of oilve oil, I use about 6 tbsp. Place over a hot flame and cook for just long enough for the oil to get hot and the seeds to "pop", watch as it doesn't take long and the seeds are easily burnt. Remove from the heat and add a decent glug of blasamic vinegar, the yoghurt and a few turns of sea salt. return to the heat to warm teh yoghurt through. Stir together, check for seasoning and pour over the carrot mixture, tossing well, whilst still hot.

Carrot and poppy seed yoghurt salad

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A light dressed salad, perfect to accompany Spring Lamb BBQ

Method


Salad;
-Wash (Scrub) the carrots and crate into a large bowl.
-Chop the red onion in half and then slice as thinly as possible, place in the bowl with the grated carrot.
- Roll the celery leaves into a cigar shape and slice thinly, add to the carrot
Dressing;
Place the poppy seeds in a thick bottomed pan (I use a small cast iron frying pan) and add a good slugg of oilve oil, I use about 6 tbsp. Place over a hot flame and cook for just long enough for the oil to get hot and the seeds to "pop", watch as it doesn't take long and the seeds are easily burnt. Remove from the heat and add a decent glug of blasamic vinegar, the yoghurt and a few turns of sea salt. return to the heat to warm teh yoghurt through. Stir together, check for seasoning and pour over the carrot mixture, tossing well, whilst still hot.
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