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Rainbow Pasta Salad

Now that it’s like 8927598334734872384ºC outside, you’ll likely need tons of fresh no-cook recipes to get you trough summer. The lesser time you have to spend in the kitchen the less, right?

Rainbow Pasta Salad: a refreshing and healthy summer meal that you won't stop eating!

Because, less time in the kitchen = more time sipping on a iced coffee by the pool.

That’s my kind of math, oh yes.


Rainbow Pasta Salad: a refreshing and healthy summer meal that you won't stop eating!

This salad is not only colorful and pretty (who doesn’t like pretty food??), but also quick and easy to make and super healthy! Time to get on all those proteins, healthy fats (((bring on the omegas!))) and carrrrrrbs (there’s always room for carbs yo!) with a dish that will please adults and kids alike!

Rainbow Pasta Salad
Serves 4
Fresh, easy and delicious - this healthy pasta salad is all that you'll want to eat this summer!
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Ingredients
  1. 150 grams dried papardelle (or pasta of choice), cooked according to package
  2. 100 grams smoked salmon
  3. 200 grams crab sticks
  4. 2 eggs
  5. 50 grams sweetcorn (fresh or canned)
  6. 2-3 tomatoes
  7. 1/2 an avocado
  8. 100 grams mixed greens
  9. 1 carrot
  10. 1 cucumber
  11. salt, pepper and extra virgin olive oil to drizzle
Instructions
  1. Heat some water in a saucepan and when it boils, remove from heat and place the eggs inside. Leave there for 10-12 minutes and then rinse them under cold water.
  2. Make ribbons out of the cucumber with a peeler.
  3. Chop all the ingredients but the cucumber and greens and toss them into a bowl.
  4. Drizzle with olive oil and add salt and pepper to taste. Some lemon juice works well too!
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2 Comments

  • Reply Laurel y Menta June 13, 2013 at 7:45 am

    Como muy bien dices, nos parece un plato muy completo. Y además es sabroso, nos encanta: el salmón es un fijo en casa, gusta a todos.
    Un abrazo.

    • Reply María José - Honey and Figs June 13, 2013 at 11:44 am

      Es lo que me pasa a mi con el salmón, se lo pondría a casi todo. Y sí, es un plato completo con lo que no necesitas tomar un segundo plato.
      Un beso.

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