Upgrade your salad!
Be full up for a long time with the right side dish.
Salad is rich in vitamin C and iron, tastes delicious and doesn’t have many calories. For example, a lettuce has just 11 calories per 100 g. It consists of a great deal of water and is therefore not very filling if eaten on its own. Our tip: pimp up your salad with Bambini Mozzarella, low-fat meat like turkey strips or fish.
Submerge yourself slicing onions!
Tips and tricks against crying
How can you avoid crying when slicing onions? We have put together a few tips for you: put on diving goggles, use a sharp knife, light a candle, chomp on chewing gum or have a sip of water in your mouth, place the onions in cold water when slicing them or put the onions in the freezer compartment beforehand.
It’s all about the dressing
The classic is a vinaigrette made from oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. Dressings with mayonnaise or yoghurt also go well with iceberg salad and chicory though. Berries, sherry or nuts go with lamb’s lettuce. Important: Pour the dressing over the salad just before eating it. This leaves the salad wonderfully crisp.
Does your green stuff wilt quickly?
How to keep your salad fresh for longer
It’s best to remove prepared salad from the plastic packaging, line the inside of the packaging with kitchen roll and then put the salad back in the packaging. The salad’s moisture is then absorbed by the paper and the other leaves stay dry. A lettuce is usually cheaper and fresher than a packed bag of salad. The fresher a salad is, the healthier it is.
Make your own salad!
Your own vitamin filling station on the balcony.
It doesn’t get fresher than this! Even if you don’t have your own garden, you can really easily plant salad on the balcony yourself. Flat, large trays are ideal for lettuce. They are easy to look after and individual salad leaves can be picked. The lettuce can constantly regrow and you are supplied with crispy salad for a long time.
A classic with a twist.
Tomato salad with Bambini
Why not try a new version with tomatoes and mozzarella instead of caprese. Pepped up with ricotta, mascarpone and cashew kernels, you enjoy a new delicious dish.