Summer Charred Apricot, Peashoot and Fennel Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette
Forget dull summer salads and embrace this simple but delicious apricot, peashoot and fennel with a raspberry vinaigrette, that's perfect for using up leftover raspberries.
Thu 1 Aug 2019
Summer Charred Apricot, Peashoot and Fennel Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette recipe
This salad is incredibly fresh and you can use the raspberry syrup (see recipe here) to create a punchy vinaigrette.
This salad's ingredients contribute to a diverse range of seasonal flavours and textures.
It’s a real celebration of summer, and will no doubt be the hero of your barbeque. Now who said salads are boring?
250g pea shoots
3 apricots halved with the seed removed
2 tbsp maple syrup
3 finely sliced radishes
5 sprigs fennel leaves + flowers if you have any to hand
1 tbsp olive oil
Pinch of salt
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp raspberry syrup (Click here to for a Easy to Make Raspberry Syrup recipe)
Quarter tsp salt
Half tbsp balsamic vinegar
Start heating a griddle pan over a medium / high heat. Add the maple syrup to the pan, and place the halved apricots directly on top.
Cook for 10 minutes until slightly softened in the middle, and charred on the base. Set aside.
In a large bowl combine the rest of the salad ingredients and toss using your hands. Combine all of the dressing ingredients.
Transfer your salad onto a serving platter and place the grilled apricots on top. Generously drizzle the dressing over the salad.
Want more raspberry recipes?Click here for a No Waste Raspberry and Apricot Ice Cream Cake
Want to know what to do with other leftovers?
Food waste at home is one of the biggest 'hidden' areas of waste.
The UK wastes over £13 billion worth of food each year as we buy, don't use and throw out far more than we really need. And there are really simple ways to use leftovers that will not only help save on food waste but will also save you money.
Loved this recipe?
Check out Plant and Plate, otherwise known as Cara and Brendan who run a plant-based blog focused on seasonal, delicious and low food waste recipes. They offer tips and tricks to use up foods that are commonly wasted from banana skins to stale bread to show you that you really don’t need to throw much, if any food into the bin.
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