Simple Green Salad

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It’s Friday night and I want quick and easy plus healthy for dinner, fish in a bag from the supermarket and a green salad. My Warragul Greens are looking great and a great addition to an iceberg lettuce.

quick and easy green salad

 1/2 iceberg lettuce
 1 large handful of Warragul Greens
 3/4 cup tin peas
 juice of one lemon
 1/2 teaspoon fresh mint
 1/3 cup chopped fetta cheese
 1/3 cup chopped fresh coriander

1

Finely chop the lettuce and Warragul Greens and arrange on plate

2

Finely chop the mint and coriander and mix in

3

Chop the Fetta into small chunks, arrange on top of greens

4

Sprinkle peas over

5

Lastly squeeze the lemon over the salad

Additional Info
6

The quantities in this salad can be organised to suit, don't get too pedantic here, just put it all together and enjoy. I used a really creamy Danish fetta that I love, and the tinned peas work well as they are really soft. My lemon tree has a great crop this year and just the simple addition of lemon juice is all you need. I bought some fish in a bag from the supermarket, yes I cheated on this one, just popped in the oven and placed on top of the salad when I served, the juices from the fish ran thru the leaves and just added perfectly to the taste.

Ingredients

 1/2 iceberg lettuce
 1 large handful of Warragul Greens
 3/4 cup tin peas
 juice of one lemon
 1/2 teaspoon fresh mint
 1/3 cup chopped fetta cheese
 1/3 cup chopped fresh coriander

Directions

1

Finely chop the lettuce and Warragul Greens and arrange on plate

2

Finely chop the mint and coriander and mix in

3

Chop the Fetta into small chunks, arrange on top of greens

4

Sprinkle peas over

5

Lastly squeeze the lemon over the salad

Additional Info
6

The quantities in this salad can be organised to suit, don't get too pedantic here, just put it all together and enjoy. I used a really creamy Danish fetta that I love, and the tinned peas work well as they are really soft. My lemon tree has a great crop this year and just the simple addition of lemon juice is all you need. I bought some fish in a bag from the supermarket, yes I cheated on this one, just popped in the oven and placed on top of the salad when I served, the juices from the fish ran thru the leaves and just added perfectly to the taste.

Simple Green Salad
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