Cashew Raisin Sprout Salad [Vegan]

4 c. organic lettuce (I used red leaf)
1/4 c. organic jumbo mixed raisins (no sulfur)
1/2 yellow onion, sliced
1 organic carrot, grated
large handful(s) fresh alfalfa sprouts
1/4-1/2 c. organic raw cashews (unsalted)

1 T. balsamic vinegar
2 T. extra virgin olive oil
sea salt and fresh pepper
dried basil

Toss lettuce and sprouts in a large bowl. Sprinkle over the cashews, raisins, and onion slivers. Mix (I just pour it on, but you can shake it together) olive oil and vinegar and pour over the salad. We had this with our Balsamic and Molasses Grilled Salmon and some red cabbage, onion, and kale sauteed in virgin coconut oil- delicious and packed full of health for the new year!

Serves: 1-2

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  1. this recipe is gluten free and protein rich.

  2. Just found your blog...I feel some serious inspiration! This looks great!

  3. Now this salad looks delicious!
    I do salads,but rarely include raisins! Good tip for some sweet flavor!

  4. That looks so delicious and sprouts are very good for the health; so all the more better.

  5. Hey this salad looks like a delicious and a salubrious dish indeed..!and with the raisins and nuts looks pretty rich..!

  6. As my point of view this is simply process of making a Recipe with salad,It is really Delicious and nice look to serve to others.

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  8. Thanks for sharing the Recipe of Salad. It is much nutritious and good in taste.

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  10. This salad looks great! Just perfect for my Friday salad.


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