Fennel salad with spicy avocado sauce
Fennel salad with spicy avocado sauce – a delicious salad
3 pieces of fennel
2 pieces of carrots
2 tbsp of cold-pressed almond oil
2 tbsp of raw mustard
1 lemon – juice
5 tbsp of almond oil cold pressed
A refreshing salad featuring fennel, carrots topped with mustard and avocado dressing.
The salad:Cut the fennel into thin slices. Then, cut the carrots with a vegetable slicer, horizontally.
The sauce: Cut the avocado into cubes and sprinkle it with lemon juice immediately. Mix all the ingredients for the sauce in a blender. Add the fennel sauce over the salad.
Avocados are a rich source of essential fatty acids, but the benefits they pose to health come from many other important nutritional properties.Avocado is a fruit belonging to the Lauracae family; alongside other flower plants such as camphor, cinnamon or bay.
The thick consistency of the pulp and the specific flavor of avocado make it similar to oleaginous fruits such as nuts and seeds. The scientific name of the fruit is American Persea.
An avocado fruit contains about 22.5 g of fat; of which two thirds are monounsaturated (beneficial to health). An important quality of avocado fruit is that it contains very little fructose (associated with predisposition to fattening) and about 20 essential nutrients such as fiber, potassium (in a double amount compared to bananas), vitamin E, vitamin B complex And folic acid.
Avocados can be eaten raw, in salads or individually, seasoned with salt and pepper, maple syrup or various herbs and spices. They can also be consumed instead of fat (replacing oil, butter, etc.).Avocados can also be eaten as dessert in different recipes of cookies or protein shakes prepared in the blender.
People who like to consume avocados frequently are healthier than those who eat only rarely or at all this fruit.
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