Saturday, June 2, 2012

Colorful Children’s Day Salad

Colorful Children’s Day Salad

50g lettuce
50g purple cabbage
40g asparagus
20g red sweet pepper
20g yellow sweet pepper
20g green sweet pepper
50ml Thousand Island Dressings

1.       Scald the asparagus and then pick it up to cool down; slice the lettuce and purple cabbage to mix together.

2.       Wash the red, yellow and green sweet pepper; you can also carve them into cute shapes.

3.       Take out a cup; fill in the proper mixed vegetables; insert the asparagus and the cute pepper. Just mix the thousand island dressing into it when you eat.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Typical German Potato Salad

Typical German Potato Salad


1000g potatoes

1 onion

30ml olive oil

60g white vinegar

100g bacon

5g salt

3g white pepper powder

100ml light soup

15ml mustard sauce


1.       Wash potatoes; peel the tomatoes and onion; chop onions with bacon
2.       Add appropriate amount of hot water in the pot; put the potato into it; heat the pot for 30 minutes until the potato is completely soft. Take the potato out and drain the water; cut it into piece.
3.       Take a teaspoon of olive oil into a pan; after heating, fry the chopped onion and bacon in it; then pour them on the potato pieces.
4.       Add salt, white pepper powder, olive oil, white vinegar, light soup and mustard sauce to stir thoroughly.

Tip: You can also use the salad dressing to mix with potatoes.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Specific Spicy Papaya Salad Recipe

Specific Spicy Papaya Salad Recipe

1 Green Payaya

15ml shredded coconut stuffing

Some garlic peanuts

Dry small shrimp

2 pepper

Proper lemon juice

Fish sauce

3 pieces of garlic


1.       Mash the pepper, dry shrimp and garlic; then add fish sauce and lemon juice to stir.

2.       Peel the green papaya and remove the seeds. Slice the papaya and dip them into icy water to maintain the crispy taste. Drain the water.

3.       Add the sauce made in step one into the papaya; then sprinkle with peanuts and shredded coconut stuffing.

Note: This papaya salad is really very spicy; maybe you cannot accept its taste. You can reduce the amount of pepper.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Seafood Salad Recipe: How to Make Shrimp and Salmon Salad

Seafood Salad Recipe: How to Make Shrimp and Salmon Salad


2 Prawns
Celery 100g
Fresh salmon 150g
Broccoli 100g
White vinegar 5ml
Olive oil 15ml
2 Caraways
Proper salt and pepper powder


1.       Mix white vinegar, olive oil, caraways, salt and pepper to make the salad dressing.

2.       Dice broccoli into pieces; cut the seafood into same size; boil broccoli in hot water for five minutes until they are soft. Wash broccoli again with cold water.

3.       Peel celery and chop it; you can also scald it in boiled water for 2 minutes to remove the bitter taste
4.       Finally, add salmon, shrimp, broccoli and celery on the plate and cover them with the sauce we made in step one.

Notes: The shrimp and salmon should be fresh; if you cannot eat raw ones, you can also cook them first. However, the taste will not be as good as fresh ones.

How to Make Best Warm Chicken Salad

How to Make Best Warm Chicken Salad

chicken breast 280g
8 broccoli                  
cabbage 200g
4 mini carrots
4 cauliflower
4 bamboo shoots
melted cream 45g
olive oil 15g                
red wine vinegar 13g
finely chopped red onion 8g
salt and pepper
salad oil 15g


1.       Scald the vegetables in boiled salt water and drain them

2.       Cut chicken breast into pieces, and paint salt and black pepper powder on them

3.       Add salad oil and 5g cream in the pan; when the cream color changes, put sliced chicken to fry until the chicken color changes. Then take the chicken out

4.       Add the rest 25g cream and add vegetables to fry quickly

5.       Sauce: add melted cream in another pan; then add olive oil, red wine vinegar, chopped red onion

6.       Put the fried vegetables on the bottom; then lay the sliced chicken; sprinkle the sauce on it.

Different from other salad, this chicken salad is warm and it is suitable to eat in cool days.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Potato Corn Salad Recipe with Homemade Salad Dressing

Potato Corn Salad Recipe with Homemade Salad Dressing

Materials: 1 tomato, 1 potato, 1 cucumber, 50g scalded corn kernels, 15mil white vinegar, 2 egg yolk, 150mil olive oil


1.       Salad Dressing: Add a little vinegar into egg yolk to stir evenly; use spoon to add olive oil slowly; stir them with high speed until it is thick enough.

2.       Boil the potato and then peel it; cut potato, tomato and cucumber into pieces; add the scalded corn together on the plate.

3.       Cover the salad dressing in the surface of vegetables.

The homemade salad dressing is more secure since there is no addictives in it. You can have a try by yourself.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Healthy Corn and Pea Salad Recipe

Healthy Corn and Pea Salad Recipe

Materials: 125g frozen corn kernels, 50g raisins, 50g frozen chopped carrot, 50g salad dressing, 1 sliced bread, 80g frozen peas.


1.       Scald the frozen corn kernels, frozen carrots; drain the water and put it aside.

2.       Soak raisins in the water till soft and squeeze the water out. Cut bread into pieces and use pan to fry it to golden color.

3.       Mix the corn, carrot, raisin and bread pieces with salad dressing. Add proper salt, pepper powder and the sauce you like into it.

Corns and pea salad contains abundant nutrition and fibers, so it is really healthy to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer.