Crunchy Summer Salad

August 18, 2010 at 3:03 pm Leave a comment

Today I decided to make use of all of the beautiful colors that summer has to offer us in terms of fresh veggies.

Making something like this doesn’t really seem like it should count as a recipe. Chopped vegetables with a simple dressing should just be instinctual, but I’ll lay it out for you here anyways.

This guy had celery, carrots, red onion, tomato, yellow pepper, orange pepper, green pepper, and romaine lettuce, all chopped up and thrown together with some chick peas. The dressing was a wisking of equal parts rice vinegar and olive oil with a minced clove of garlic, some ground black pepper, salt, and paprika, all just poured over the salad and mixed together.

I had my bowl with two little pieces of sunflower seed bread from a local bakery.

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