As we celebrate Children's Day in India this weekend I have a very special guest. Simona from Alison's trials. Simona is a very versatile food blogger from Romania. The one outstanding trait of her dishes that have me baffled always; is her creative combinations with raw foods. We all know that salads are healthy, but are you wondering how to pep it up for your kids and family?
Your search ends in Simona's blog. Her salads and salsas are not just mind-blowing delicious, but she has a talent for bringing colour into every dish she presents. Its an almost magical combination of fruit, veggies, nuts, beans, leaves, cheese- you name it. Simona also is very good at homemade pasta, she has tried almost all of them very successfully at home. Check out here to see what I mean.
It's a pleasure to have you as guest Simona, a very warm welcome to you and thank you for this simple and beautiful salsa!
A very Happy Children's Day to all your kids!
I present a simple but versatile dish , salsa.
Homemade salsa is a low-fat healthy meal,uncooked,made with vegetables or fruits(or both),high in fiber and vitamins,no preservatives,no sugar.Is so easy to prepare salsa and it is a perfect meal in combination with your favorites: omelette,cheese,fish or chicken .Salsa is very varied,full of colors and flavors and is perfect for our children ,always delighted by something new.First ingredient of every salsa is our creativity,so let's dream at different colors and textures!
Peach&avocado salsa recipe
2 peaches,whith firm skin,chopped,
1 avocado,pitted and diced,
1 small red onion,chopped,
1 tablespoon of parsley,chopped,
3 tablespoon lime juice,
salt and pepper to taste.
- In a medium mixing bowl stir together peaches,avocado, onion, lime juice, parsley.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Cover and chill for 1 to 2 hours,then serve and enjoy!
thank you ,shirley,you indulge me with a lot of beautiful words!happy children day!have fun and a great,great,day!ReplyDelete
Nice one! And such a lovely and refreshing dishReplyDelete
Shirley & Simona, this sounds so simple, colorful and healthy. I already bookmarked this.ReplyDelete
Happy Children Day!
Awesome colours and flavours.ReplyDelete
Well done Simona ♥
The salad looks fantastic! Great post, Simona & Shirley. Have a great day.ReplyDelete
Simona this is such a lovely and colorful salsa...ReplyDelete
Love the flavors combinations as well as the textures :)
Gorgeous, such a sweet recipe!ReplyDelete