Salad in a Jar: 68 Recipes for Salads and Dressings by Anna Helm Baxter

30780247Salad in a Jar by Anna Helm Baxter are 68 recipes you can use to get your salad fix in a jar. This book comes with a few dessert ideas. With simple ingredients and having a salad in a easy portable jar, this is the perfect book to get yourself hooked on salads.

The author has put a lot of thought into the ingredients to make attractive salads that are both healthy and filling and you only need to purchase of a few simple items to get you going.

The first step is to make the dressing and there are 11 different dressing recipes provided. These can be stored in the fridge and do not have to be made up fresh every day. Once the dressing is made, there is a recommended order to assembling the ingredients into the jars. Starting with the dressing, items that benefit from marinading are added next. Other ingredients are layered above, according to weight and density, heaviest at the bottom. Dry items on the top can be separated by a circle of parchment if desired.

The photographs are inspiring and once you get the hang of it, this book can easily be used as guide to help you design your own Salads in a Jar in the future. This method makes it so easy to accommodate different tastes, just add or omit certain ingredients.
And for myself, as a vegetarian, it is no problem to simply substitute for the meat/fish.

I received this book Ten Speed Recipe via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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