My dad has been with his partner, Pat, for about sixteen years and although they’ve never gotten married, I think of her as my step-mum and very much part of our family. Whenever we stay with my dad and Pat we always have amazing food and she makes the most delicious salads so following our recent trip to see them I decided to replicate this one at home with a couple of tweaks. Thanks for the great inspiration, Pat!
Pat’s amazing salad
100g fresh crunchy salad leaves
200g baby plum tomatoes
200g smoked salmon
1/2 a medium avocado
50g feta cheese
3 spring onions
3 – 5 large, ripe strawberries
A handful of pumpkin seeds or salad sprinkle (optional)
If you are using the pumpkin seeds place them in a large frying pan in a single layer over a medium heat, shaking occasionally until they pop. Set aside.
Place the salad leaves in a large, attractive salad bowl.
Slice the mushrooms, spring onions, strawberries and avocado and add to the bowl.
Halve the tomatoes, cut the feta cheese into cubes and add both to the bowl.
Tear or cut the salmon into 2cm pieces and add to the bowl.
Toss well and then sprinkle over the pumpkin seeds or salad sprinkle.
Serve with a selection of salad dressings for people to choose from.
Serves 4 as a starter or 2 as a main
YUM! I’m definitely making this salad sometime.
It’s really tasty. The strawberries are a surprising addition but they go really well.
Now that looks good!!!!!!!! It is lunchtime over here and seeing that just made me hungry. Thanks a lot Abbi!
Fortunately it’s pretty healthy so if you do make yourself one you won’t have to feel guilty 🙂
This looks mouthwatering! I love salads! 🙂
So do I. There is something so wonderfully fresh about them.
Sounds really good. I’m going to make this!
I hope you enjoy it! Let me know how it goes 🙂
Ohh that sounds amazing!
Thanks! It’s a great combination of flavours all down to my step-mum 😊
Do you ship to Canada? And can it be free because you are responsible for making me very hungry?
I feel like many of the ingredients in this meal would travel very badly but if I’m ever in Canada I will come and make you one.
It’s such a good salad. I would definitely give it a go if you get a chance.
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