18 March 2009

spring on the plate


edited to add
A COLORFUL BRUNCH.


Ingredients by color

Burgundy = roasted beet root.
White = cooked barley
Brown = raw walnuts
Green = salad leaves

The vinaigrette
Pale Yellow = olive oil, ground mustard seeds
White = salt
Beige = a spoon of lemon juice

Your Bowl.
Dice the roasted beets and mix it with a handful of cooked barley and a spoonful of soy sauce. Your white barley now turns fuchsia. Set them aside.
Dress salad leaves in the vinaigrette.
In a large bowl toss them all together.

where's your fork?.

12 comments:

Ordinary Guy said...

At the risk of sounding dumb, I ask, "What is this????"..please explain...

Indyeah said...

Anrosh is this a garden salad?
:) quite colourful:)
does look like spring:)
and if it is not :D then let me get in line behind OG and ask the same question:)

Anrosh said...

ordinary guy - risk ( the wall street is enough .. we ain't need more :) i have added an edited to add.

yes indyeah -- finally the windows have stayed open for the whole day.

you can call it garden salad - anrosh style because i made it up with what i had. edited to add explains it.

Solilo said...

Now that's a colorful way to welcome Spring.

Spring is here but it still is cold. In our garden the daffodils have bloomed so I know it is Spring.

pink dogwood said...

yummmmy :) I want this for lunch tomorrow - but I have never cooked with Barley - maybe I can add Quinoa?

Anrosh said...

solilo, the night has become cold again. you should be on the west coast to say - daffodils have bloomed

pink dogwood -- quinoa is perfect.

Indyeah said...

Yummy! I was drooling over some of the ingredients :D
Thanks for mentioning all of them :)
off to try it :)

J P Joshi said...

A beautiful, colourful and soulful salad.... tempting too.

It really must have been warm (single digit temperatures in degrees Centigrade) for you to have opened the windows. I can understand your spring feelings - having lived in Toronto for six winters - how we used to eagerly await for some colour, other than the white snow and dark skies. Tulips were our first indications of spring, and also the first sign of lifting spirits and skies after the dreary cold.

Paula and Skip said...

Yummy, are we all invited ;-)

manju said...

Very colourful! Seems a shame to eat it.:)

Georg said...

Bonjour Anrosh,

First time in my life (and my wifes') we hear about roasted beetroot!! Do you mean you put slices (cooked? raw?) in a frying pen?

Hoping for your input before a trial run.

Georg

Anrosh said...

paula and skip : - if it is food there is always room for more.

manju - ha ha ..

georg - roasted meant baked in the oven. put them whole in the oven wrapped in alumnium foil and it comes out all nice and roasted.

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