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July 01, 2017
Summertime in Hong Kong usually makes everyone crave something light but tasty, and this delicious salad definitely fits the bill – with just a dash of extra indulgence too, thanks to a spoonful of ADAMAS Caviar! I love making this on a Saturday afternoon when I’m trying to eat light to balance out a heavy Friday night, plus it only takes about ten minutes to put together but still looks beautiful and packs in some great flavours.
Sweet and juicy figs (the taste of summer) elevate the lightness and crunch of the fresh salad greens, plus you get a luxurious hit of umami from the prosciutto and caviar, whilst the creamy cheese makes the dish feel even more filling; this salad makes for a perfect summer treat as either a shared aperitif or a main.
Serves 4 as a starter, 2 as a main
5g Adamas Black Caviar 1 mozzarella or burrata ball 2 ripe figs 4 slices/60g prosciutto (or another ham of your preference) 1 medium-sized head yellow endive ½ medium-sized head radicchio ½ medium-sized head frisée A handful of rocket leaves Olive oil and black pepper to taste
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A third culture kid in Hong Kong, Karen Chiang loves to explore cities one bite at a time, preferably with a glass of wine in hand. A fashion blogger turned lifestyle writer, you’ll find her reading digital marketing books, refreshing her social media and looking for the next new restaurant to try. Find her blog at www.livewellbasics.com or follow her around town on Instagram @livewellbasics.
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