This simple little salad can be quite extraordinary, but you've got to season it with that Mexican spirit by being brave with the lime juice, salt and chilli, until it's singing in your mouth. It does a great job of waking up the other things it's served with – a few spoonfuls of this next to a grilled chicken breast or pork chop would be an absolute celebration. Veg-wise, the onion, coriander and white cabbage are non-negotiable, as they form the base of this salad, but feel free to have a play with the other ingredients and use things like fennel or asparagus. Basically whatever's in season and available should be a nice addition.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 111kcal
- Carbs 9.2g
- Sugar 8.2g
- Fat 6.5g
- Saturates 0.9g
- Protein 2.0g
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