Posted on November 24 2021
Vegan Ceasar Trinity Salad
It’s no wonder so many people love the classic Caesar salad because of the creamy dressing,
crisp lettuce, and buttery croutons. In this recipe, the romaine is replaced with nutrient-dense
kale. Additionally, in this recipe, there are plant protein and fibre with croutons with crispy,
spiced chickpeas. This Vegan Caesar Trinity Salad is a beautiful and delicious variation on the
familiar classic salad.
Although the main ingredient of a Caesar salad is romaine lettuce. Additionally, you can add
other ingredients like lemon, black pepper, garlic, cheese, and your choice of veggies and fruits.
Caesar salad is preferred by people who are into fitness or are health-conscious. This Caesar
salad recipe is so easy to make that you no longer have to order a salad from outside. So, cook
it whenever the hunger craving starts kicking in.
Benefits of Caesar Salad
Following are some of the health benefits of Caesar salad
Caesar salad is a good protein source helping the body to build strong tissues and
It regulates the hormones in your body and also maintains the fluid balance.
Caesar salad is extremely beneficial for weight management and weight loss.
It also builds your immunity and helps fight against diseases.
Caesar salad is good for your heart health.
It is beneficial for your digestive system as well.
Vegan Trinity Ceasar Salad is a deconstructed Caesar salad. This dish features lightly grilled romaine
lettuce heads with a creamy dressing. It also consists of a handful of crunchy croutons and a sprinkling of
cheesy vegan parmesan. The salad is a beautiful and delicious variation of the accustomed classic salad.
1/4 loaf of bread
1/2 tsp dried oregano
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
1/2 tsp lemon juice
1 bunch of romaine lettuce
1 cup cooked chickpea
1/2 cup of cashews
1 full head of roasted garlic
1/4 cup plant-based milk
4 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp mustard sauce
1/2 tsp lemon pepper powder
1/4 tsp salt
1. Croutons: Cut the bread into crouton cubes. Mix these in a bowl with dried oregano, lemon juice and pepper. Spread the cubes on a baking tray and bake at 200°C for 11 minutes.
2. Blend all the dressing ingredients.
(For this recipe both soaked and regular cashews can be used. Soaked cashews give a creamier consistency, while regular cashews will give slightly crunchy consistency).
3. Mix dressing ingredients with the rest of the salad ingredients, croutons and serve.