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Fig & Mozzarisella Spring Salad

Rowena Humphreys

 
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Yield: Serves 2
Time: 5 mins active time

Ingredients:

Mozzarisella
  • Three handfuls of watercress - a 100g bag should be fine
  • One handful of rocket
  • One handful of basil - about 20 leaves, torn up
  • Two figs - roughly chopped
  • One large tomato or 10 cherry tomatoes - roughly chopped
  • One pack Mozzarisella (rice based mozzarella) ripped up into pieces, if you don't have access to this you could use an avocado* instead - roughly chopped

Arrange the watercress, rocket and basil on a plate and then scatter the figs, tomatoes and Mozzarisella or avocado over the top. Once arranged simply squeeze half a lemon over the top and some freshly cracked blacked pepper and enjoy!

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* I suggest avocado if because it elicits a similar flavour sensation as 'cheese' in the way it has a smooth, fatty texture however unlike animal-based cheeses it does not contain any cholesterol which is great if you are following a low cholesterol diet. Animal-based cheese intake has been linked to a range of issues including lower sperm counts, higher inflammatory bowel disease risk, Parkinson’s disease, and cellulite formation - you can find out more at this non-profit website - http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/cheese/