There is nothing better to accompany a dish but a nice fresh n’ crispy side like this cucumber, broccoli and radish sprouts salad.
This gorgeous, refreshing, and super healthy salad can be an excellent accompaniment to any meat, BBQ, fish, or fries. It makes a side to a nice breakfast omelet. We have it with almost anything.
Alfalfa sprouts are super good for us. I also use other types of sprouts like broccoli, reddish, lentil, black beans, and mung beans.
Get the kids involved as they are more likely to eat the food that they prepare.
You can easily make this recipe a vegan version by simply replacing a few recipes like the mayo and the yogurt with vegan versions.
Do you like this kind of recipe then you may also like this yummy bean salad or this beautiful and exotic pineapple and quinoa salad recipe.
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Cucumber, broccoli and radish sprouts salad
- 1 glass bowl
- 1 wooden spatula
- 1 knife
- 1 chopping board
- 150 g radish sprouts (5.29 oz) (organic)
- 150 g broccoli sprouts (5.29 oz) (organic)
- 1 whole cucumber (organic)
- 1 tablespoon mayonnaise I used Homemade Mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon cider vinegar (organic)
- 2 spoonfuls yogurt (organic)
- 1/2 medium iceberg lettuce (organic)
- 1 pinch sugar (optional)
- Cut the iceberg lettuce into desired size strips.
- Wash, peel the cucumber lightly with a peeler and cut lengthwise into four and then across into small pieces.
- In a larger bowl mix well the yoghurt with mayonnaise, vinegar, salt, pepper and sugar.
- Add the iceberg salad and the cucumber to the yoghurt as well as the sprouts and mix well.
Wonderful recipe! so nice and refreshing, packed with goodness too.
Wow, it was a lot easier to make it than I have initially thought. I love, love, love this recipe, and was just like the real mici I had last summer in Romania - delicious and I am so happy I have found your recipe so I can now make these at home whenever I fancy them and I have to tell you I am a little addicted to mici since I have visited Romania 😉 Thanks for your recipe Ramona and for the good job delivering such an authentic recipe. I am thrilled.
I like this recipe soo much. I have made it 3 times this far and it has such a nice balance of ingredients. Thank you for sharing!
I am going to bookmark your website and keep checking for new recipes. I have made so many of your recipes - fab stuff here easy to follow
Hello and thank you for this recipe - so simple, yet, so delicious. I have only made it about 100 times already as I do my own sprouting. What a good idea.