New Roots Organics
Organic Recipes
What good would our service be if we didn't eat? Luckily we do, and we work every day to bring you the absolute best organic foods that we can find. This contains recipes on creative ways to cook your organic bounty. In the near future we will also be adding all sorts of interesting information about the foods we eat, and those we've never tried before.

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Recipe of the Week
Leaf Lettuce, Pomegranate, Satsuma and Cashew Salad (Serves 6)
courtesy of Gourmet, and embellished by Carolyn Boyle, of New Roots

Super easy salad that is delicious and will impress! The pomegranate seeds and satsumas make it as gorgeous as it is tasty!

1 1/2 teaspoons white-wine vinegar or lemon juice
2 teaspoons Dijon-style mustard
2 tablespoons olive oil
touch of maple syrup for sweetness
a pinch of good salt and freshly ground pepper
1 head of torn leaf lettuce, rinsed and spun dry
2 tablespoons raw cashews, roasted, (or you can buy already roasted, but make sure they are not salted)
2 Satsuma mandarins, peeled and sectioned. Just rub off as much of the white part as you can .
a handful of Pomegranate seeds, or as many as you like

  1. In bowl whisk together the vinegar, the mustard, maple syrup and salt and pepper to taste and whisk in the oil, whisking until the dressing is emulsified. I use a jar, and just shake it.
  2. Add the leaf lettuce, and the cashews and toss the salad well. Place the Satsuma sections on top and sprinkle on the pomegranate seeds! Enjoy!

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