How do you eat flaxseed salad?
Use flax oil to make an omega-3-packed vinaigrette for any salad. You’ll get more fiber and a nice crunch, however, by topping the salad with the actual seeds (whole or ground). When preparing a tuna, chicken, or egg salad, mix ground flaxseeds into the dressing.
Can you sprinkle flaxseed on salad?
You can add flaxseeds to virtually any food that can benefit from the added crunch or fresh, nutty flavor. Sprinkle flaxseeds or flax meal on soups or in your cereals, salads, on toast or in yogurt.
Which salad dressing is good for weight loss?
According to Dr. Shikha Sharma’s book ‘101 Weight Loss Tips’, “Green salads with a plain dressing of lemon juice, olive oil or vinegar and salts is diet-friendly. But dressings like mayonnaise, white sauce, French dressing and Italian dressing have high-fat content and do not classify as diet food.”
How to make flaxseed oil salad dressing?
Chop greens and place in a large salad bowl. Drizzle flaxseed oil directly on greens and rotate bowl to evenly coat the greens with the oil. Squeeze the juice of one lemon directly onto the greens. Add soy sauce and maple syrup into bowl. With clean hands, toss the salad to evenly distribute the flaxseed oil dressing throughout the salad.
What does flaxseed salad dressing taste like?
I tried varying amounts of whole flax seed and the dressing always ended up gloppy and stretchy instead of salad-dressing-like. We love this light and flavorful dressing on salad, but it also taste great on steamed or raw veggies – especially broccoli and cauliflower.
What is the best way to store flax seeds?
This nutrient can be found in abundance in chia seeds, radish sprouts, flax seed, walnuts, fresh basil, Chinese broccoli, and spinach. Be sure to store your flax seed in the refrigerator or the freezer to keep it fresh and protect it from oxygen damage.