Bieten/wortelsalade


Een heerlijke frisse salade. Wat gaat erin?

250 gram bietjes

100 gram wortel

1 appel

1 teen knoflook

2 handjes rozijnen

2 handjes walnoten

2 eetlepels olijfolie

2 eetlepels balsamico azijn

2 theelepels honing

peper en zout

Snijd de bietjes, wortels en appel in stukjes en meng doorelkaar. Roer de kleingehakte noten en rozijnen erdoor.

Maak een dressing van de knoflook, olie, azijn, honing, peper en zout en roer dat door het groentemengsel.

That's it.



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