healthy until you see the sodium level of this dish. enough to make one blood pressure go through the ceiling.
Smoky Artichoke-Sardine Salad
From EatingWell: March/April 2011
Smoked paprika and sherry vinegar add Spanish flair to the dressing of this artichoke-and-sardine salad. Try this salad for a take-along lunch. To keep the salad greens from getting soggy, pack the greens, salad toppings and dressing in separate containers and toss them together just before eating.
3 Reviews for Smoky Artichoke-Sardine Salad
This salad has an excellent combination of slightly salty and sour elements from the artichoke hearts and savory elements from the sardines that are an excellent foil for the bitterness of some of the greens. It all marries well with the smokiness of the vinaigrette. I will eat this again and again.
I decided to march through the saavy salads, because I am always looking for great, packable, healthy lunch ideas. The combination of flavors really surprised me-as if they were made to be together and I just wanted more. It was not the reaction I expected. I used canned artichoke hearts and make sure you drain them well. And I ate it with the Smoked Paprika Vinaigrette. That was part of the yum factor.