Tonight we are celebrating hearty winter salads made with ingredients such as beetroot, parsnip, carrots, pear, butternut squash, cauliflower, spinach. These warm and cold dishes will prove to you that salads are definitely not boring and not just for summer! What we will do is have some hot roast dishes, when you book let me know if you would like chicken, halloumi or aubergine and then all the salads will be served in large serving bowls for you to try.
Don't forget roasted chicken, halloumi or aubergine and then all the salads will be served in large serving bowls for you to try, take as much as you want, go back for seconds and thirds and if there's any left take some home for you lunch. There will be at least 8 different salads (you know if you have been to dinner before the menu may change and be added to - a lot!)
Autumn Glow Salad with Lemon Dressing - a MUST for healthy, glowy eating! Roasted cauliflower, sweet potato, freekah and apples drizzled with a zesty lemon and garlic dressing.
Roasted cauliflower with a green tahini dressing - Roasted cauliflower is definitely the way to go. Topped with a herby tahini sauce and salty-sweet, caramelized dates and walnuts you will be fighting over the empty plate.
Roasted onion salad.
Roasted potato Salad with Saffron Aioli - Saffron is one of my favorite spices to work with, and it pairs perfectly with potatoes
Sweet potato, pear and spinach salad with roasted hazelnuts - this is one of my favorite warm salads and I regularly serve it up at Sunday Dinner.
Sun dried tomato and lentil salad - my search for the perfect lentil salad continues ....
Roasted beetroot with avocado dressing - this wintry salad of earthy roasted red beets and chunks of silky avocado enveloped in a yogurt and avocado dressing sprinkled with nigella and pumpkin seeds for a bit of crunch.
Pudding - we always have two and meringues (there's always meringues!)