Menu

Grainy curd and tomato salads

  • Grainy curd and tomato salads
  • Grainy curd and tomato salads
  • Details
  • Leave a Comment
  • Related Items
Grainy curd and tomato salads


Author: Aušra

Date:

It’s almost summer so we could wait anymore for fresh vegetables from our own garden and started to by tomatoes, cucumbers and salads. Now we can eat salads for lunch and dinner. But I’m looking carefully to the future and seeking new ideas for great refreshing food. One of the findings is this salads. It looks very simple, but all ingredients are balanced and suits each other. And for the best it is so quickly prepared that you can make it for lunch – just chop vegetables in the morning and by some curd before going to the office. 😉

Grainy curd and tomato salads

Time needed:
Yields: 2 small servings
Calories: 150 kcal / serving

Ingredients:

  • 2-3 tomatoes
  • 10 big black olives
  • 200 g grainy curd
  • dill
  • basil
  • salt
  • peppers

Directions:

  • Cut tomatoes in big cubes and place on a plate.
  • Cut olives in half and put over tomatoes.
  • Sprinkle with chopped dills and basils.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • On top put grainy curd.
  • Enjoy!

Source: Spicecoat”s blog

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Purūs varškės blyneliai

Fluffy cottage cheese pancakes

Very delicious pancakes. Fluffy, very light. Just melts in your mouth. When I remember their taste I’m suffused with warmth and good memories of the weekend.

Potato and curds Arrows

Potato and cottage cheese Arrows

After lunch I had boiled potato leftover, so I let my fantasy take me away 🙂 These arrows are really greate and cheese is here a must. But you should be careful with the salt, because cheese already has it inside.

Lazdelės su pieniškomis dešrelėmis

Sticks with Vienna sausages

This is one of the favourite our meal. Even my little daughter eat a lot of sticks. 🙂

Varškės ir kukurūzų miltų blynai

Cottage cheese and corn flour pancakes

Last year for Christmas I bought the book Wheat belly, and I liked it so much that in January I didn’t give my family any wheat. At first it as very strange, unusual, but then we got used to it very quickly. But what I liked most – this gave me a kick to look for something new. That’s how I found these pancakes and this year we made them not once or twice. Sometimes I bake them as usual pancakes, sometimes in waffle iron. Both ways we like them. Every time these pancakes comes out very fluffy and light. And they spread in a pan a lot, so make space for them. And if you like to eat pancakes without any add-ons, I suggest to add a little bit more sugar or pour over them some tasty syrup.

Sausainiai su varškės sūriu

Cookies with cottage cheese

Once great grandparents brought from the farmer market home made cottage cheese for there beloved grandchildren. But the cheese wasn’t so delicious as everyone wanted so for a long time it sat quietly in the corner of a fridge and waited. But the day has come when this cheese was used for unsweetened cookies, that tasted something between cookies and baked cottage pancakes. Everyone was happy – children, because they got tasty snack, cottage cheese – because at last he was useful, and parents – that didn’t throw away spend money.