This delicious Turkish Lentil Salad that can be made in just 7 minutes

It’s the Turkish Lentil Salad this time. Meh, lentils, bell pepper, and onion, you might say.

But the dressing is always the most important component of vegetarian salad recipes. And the honey mustard dressing on this salad is so delicious you could probably eat it off of cardboard*.

High in protein, tasty, and extremely quick to prepare. I suggest pairing the salad with some bread or a small serving of rice.

AuthorSilvia lemon
Preparation Time05 minutes
Cooking Duration11 minutes
Total Time16 minutes
Categorylunch      
Calories450
Protein20g
Servings2
CuisineAmerican
DietVeg

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cups brown lentils, cooked
  • 1 handful of parsley, fresh
  • 1.5 tbsp vinegar
  • 1 tsp maple syrup
  • 1 red onion
  • 1.5 tbsp mustard
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 bell pepper, red
  • Salt and pepper to taste

(Make another Recipe – Healthy Greek Quinoa Salad with Chickpeas)

How to make Greek Quinoa Salad

Cut the bell pepper into small pieces and dice the onion. To a salad bowl, add both.

Blend in the lentils, previously drained and rinsed if you use dry lentils, cook according to package instructions first.

Parsley should also be chopped and added to the bowl.

Add the salt, pepper, mustard, maple syrup, vinegar, and olive oil, and combine everything thoroughly.

Have a slice of bread with the salad. Enjoy!

(Make another Recipe – Mediterranean Chickpea Salad)

Health Benefits

This time, we won’t keep harping on about how great fiber and proteins are. All that is already known to you.

Among other things like enhancing the beauty of your food and even preventing diabetes! Your bones will remain strong if you use parsley.

The vitamin K that you’ll discover more than plenty of in it is responsible for its capacity to help grow bones.

More than 205% of your daily requirement for vitamin K can be found in just 10 sprigs of parsley. Very impressive.

According to a study, women who consume at least 110 micrograms of vitamin K daily have a 30% lower risk of breaking their hip than those who don’t.

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