5 Easy Salad Recipes For Empty As Well As Healthy Stomach; Try Them Now!

If you’re looking for healthy sides to brighten up that bland old chicken breast, you have to try some of these incredible Indian salad recipes. Not only are they vibrant and fresh, but they’re loaded with fantastic spices and flavors.

If I’m being credible, I don’t love big bowls of lettuce, and I’m almost always hungry an hour later. So, when I tell you that these salads will bring a smile to your face as well as fill your forever empty stomach, you know they’re good! They still contain a good deal of nutrients and even some greens, but they focus more on fresh veggies to give you a boost of goodness.

1. Spicy Indian Cucumber Salad

  • Cucumber salad might not sound like a lively dish, but when you toss it with chili pepper, pepper flakes, chopped peanuts, coconut oil, lime juice, sugar, and salt, it’s a winner.
  • Plus, this cucumber salad is served warm.
  • You’ll cook down some mustard seeds with cumin and a little coconut oil before pouring it over the cucumber.
  • It’ll sizzle, the flavors will marry, and this will be the best darn cucumber salad you ever had.

2. Avocado Salad

  • Being an avocado toast/guacamole lover, I knew I’d love this dish before I took the first bite.
  • It’s creamy but still full of texture, thanks to the avocado chunks, tomatoes, and onions.
  • It’s also the perfect blend of citrus and warm, which you’ll get from the simple lemon and smoked paprika dressing.

3. Chickpea Salad Recipe

  • Chickpeas are super high in protein and will make any salad that much more filling.
  • Use canned chickpeas to make your prep super fast, and if you want a touch of sweet color, try adding some canned corn to the mix, too.

4. Vegetable Salad Recipe

  • The beauty of this salad is that you can just as easily use raw veggies as cooked.
  • So, if you have leftovers, feel free to throw them into a bowl with a quick lemon and oil dressing.
  • If you use raw veggies, just be sure to wash and dry them before dicing them relatively small.
  • You’ll want them small enough so that you’re not working too hard with each mouthful.

5. Onion Salad

  • I’ve had variations of this salad all over the world.
  • The Swedes (and Scandinavians in general) like to add pickled veggies to the table for something refreshing with their meats.
  • In Thailand, they serve a small plate that has a touch of sweetness alongside satay chicken.
  • And, of course, they’re perfect to go on top of a taco!

Bhavya Priyadarshi

Hey people, my name is Bhavya Priyadarshi. I'm a 21-year-old B.com(H) graduate. I've always wanted to write so here I'm trying my hands on freelance content writing. I'm open for all type of freelance writing. I'm your typical boring person who wants to try every new and old thing, cliche right but it is what it is. So anyways that's all from my side.

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