Artichoke and Bottarga Salad - Profood Limited
  • Artichoke and Bottarga Salad

March 05, 2014

Simple recipes with high quality ingredients really do make the best meals! This is a great salad to make on a hot summer's day. Healthy, refreshing, and packed with protein and omega 3 fatty acid. Enjoy!

Serves 2

Ingredients
4 fresh baby artichokes
Grey Mullet Bottarga - to taste
1 lemon
Extra-virgin olive oil

Method

  1. Remove the outer leaves and clean your artichokes
  2. Proceed to cut the artichokes into thin slices and place in a bowl of cold water with the juice of half a lemon, to keep them from browning.
  3. Drain the artichokes once you have finished, and place them in a bowl with grated or thinly sliced bottarga - to taste. Dress with extra-virgin olive oil and the remaining lemon juice.
  4. Refrigerate for 10 minutes and serve. 

About The Author

A native Italian-Austrian based in Hong Kong, Tamara Agusta is a branding expert, integrative nutrition fanatic, aspiring yogi, food nerd, and the General Manager at Profood Hong Kong. Beautiful designs make her happy, and she cannot live without avocados, airplanes, coffee (MOGI, of course) or Evernote. Follow her on Instagram.




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