Avocado, Apple, and Walnut Salad with spicy raw mustard dressing. This beautiful salad is light and simple yet very satisfying. I love the gentle texture of the fresh spring leaves, complemented by the sweetness and crispiness of an apple and contrasted with the creaminess of the avocado.
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An unexpected combination of spicy and grainy raw Sattvic Lemon Mustard dressing awakes taste buds and completes the bouquet of textures in this salad.
- 5 ounces spring mix (organic)
- 1 avocado
- 1 apple (sweet variety)
- 1/4 cup walnuts
- Combine lemon juice with sea salt, black pepper, Raw Sattvic mustard in a small bowl. Holding a measuring cup with olive oil above the bowl slowly pour in a sturdy stream, whisking constantly. Continue whisking until dressing becomes slightly creamy. Set aside.
- De-core an apple and slice it very thin. Remove pit and skin from avocado and cut it in thin slices.
- Toss lettuce with half of the dressing.
- Top lettuce with apple, avocado slices, walnuts*, drizzle with the rest of the dressing and serve.
Place dressed salad leaves on individual plates and then top it with apple, avocado, and walnuts.
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