How to make the ultimate superfood salad with TAP831

14 January 2019

With a new year upon us, it seems many people are searching for healthy lunch options that are full of flavour and fresh ingredients. So, we reached out to our friends at TAP831, who have a good reputation for combining a wide variety of flavours and influences with locally sourced, seasonal produce, for healthy, summer lunch inspiration.

They recommended their superfood salad and have kindly shared their recipe!

TAP831’s Superfood Salad


Serves: one
Ingredients
100gm freekah
50gm char grilled corn
50gm shaved cauliflower
2 spring onions
Handful of rocket leaves
5 mint leaves
5gm goji berries
5gm sunflower seeds
5gm pumpkin seeds
50gm avocado


Tahini dressing
1 cup tahini
½ cup lemon juice
2 cups olive oil
2 teaspoons honey
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
½ cup vinegar
Splash of Tabasco sauce
Salt and pepper to taste


Method
1. Cook the freekeh in salted boiling water until tender
2. Char grill the corn until tender with the husk on and cut the kernels
3. Shave the cauliflower using a mandolin or slice it thinly using a knife
4. Slice spring onions finely
5. Toss all the ingredients with the dressing and season with salt and pepper
6. Place the crushed avocado on the top of the salad

7. Sprinkle with goji berries, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds

Find TAP831 at 831 Bourke St, Victoria Harbour or visit their website to make a booking


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