Prophylactic self-isolation for salad-in-mountains preparation. Day 125th.

Overture

Last year we walked through the mountains all days long. In the evenings, we were coming back to our place which was equipped with a small kitchenette.

What food to prepare when all of your favorite and most important kitchen utensils left at home? Of course, – salad:)

Two versions are available, for warm and rainy days. Because mountains are like this – one day it is sunny, another day it is drizzle, rainy and cloudy mountain mood.

Salad-in-mountains by Dr. A. Palatronis on www.z-antenna.com

Recipe

TWO VERSIONS:

1) for warm days to refresh a body

2) for cold days to warm a body – with smoked goat cheese

Before you start:

Passive timeActive timeEquipment neededServings
05 min2
Main information about preparation process

PASSIVE TIME is time before, during or after food preparation when nothing should be done, just waitingsoaking, sprouting, cooling down, freezing
ACTIVE TIME is factual time spent in a kitchen for preparationcutting, washing, boiling, crashing, mixing
EQUIPMENT NEEDEDspecific kitchen equipment, if not counting regular tools like pots, spoons or knifes

Ingredients:

black olives, pitted50 g
sweet long red pepper1
sweet corn on a cob, boiled1
small pickled cucumbers20
Jalapeno peppers, pickled5-10
iceberg lettuce0.5
smoked goat cheese (for 2nd version of the salad)2-4 slices
List of ingredients for preparation of Salad-in-mountains

How to make it:

  • wash, remove seeds and cut into pieces pepper
  • wash and cut lettuce
  • remove seed from Jalapeno peppers, cut into two pieces
  • cut corns from a cob
  • mix all veggies together
  • add warm sliced goat cheese (preheated in a microwave or an oven)

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