I know what you are thinking. Savage Salads??? How can that be? Salads just don’t fill me up. How can a salad be a meal? More so, how can a salad ever be considered “savage”? Take a look into Davide Del Gatto and Kristina Gustafsson’s new book “Savage Salads” and find out how.
These recipes aren’t messing around. There are some bold flavors in here. International influences fill the pages of this exciting cookbook.
Just imagine these dishes on your table:
Duck Breast, Golden Raisins, Orange, Red Cabbage, Kale, Toasted Almonds
White Crab, Chili Oil, Avocado. Red Onion, Lime, Chives
Grilled Rump Steak, Asian Radish, Carrots, watercress, Sesame Seeds, Sesame Oil
And The Dressings Y’all:
Black Olive Tapenade
Orange and Honey Dressing
…as well as many old time favorites kicked up a bit.
“Savage Salads” is a truly inspired collection of some of the most amazing salads you will ever eat. Ya gotta get this book.
The Savage Salads team, a London-based culinary duo, believes that salads should taste amazing, look beautiful, and leave you full. Their recipes prove that salad can be much more than a simple side dish; these salads are enticing, wholesome, filling, and packed with protein.
With over 50 salad recipes as well as 20 dressings and dips, Savage Salads has something for everyone, from the quinoa enthusiast to the dedicated carnivore. With mentions in Women’s Health Magazine, Esquire, Harpers Bazaar, and others, their popularity continues to grow. As Condé Nast Traveller’s “10 Street Foods You Must Try In London” column says, “Once you’ve tried a savage lunch you’ll never want to settle for a dull sandwich at your desk again.”
Davide Del Gatto is a chef, from Naples, Italy. He began working in restaurants when he moved to London in 2001. Kristina Gustafsson is a former restaurant manager and food enthusiast from Sweden. Together they run the Savage Salads stall in Soho, London, serving fresh gourmet salads to hundreds of adoring fans.
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