How to Make the BEST Nicoise Salad Recipe

This Salad nicoise recipe or in French Salade Niçoise, is a classic salad originating from Nice in Provence. A nicoise salad full of omega 3 fatty acids

If you're looking for a delicious and authentic Nicoise salad recipe, then you've come to the right place! In this video, we'll show you how to make the perfect Nicoise salad, step-by-step, like a French person would.

Ingredients

  • 250g little tomatoes
  • 200g green beans
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 red or white onion
  • Parsley
  • A can of anchovies in olive oil
  • 140g corn 
  • Black olives
  • For the dressing: 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, 1 tsp mustard, 1 tsp vinagre, salt and pepper

Directions

  • Add all the ingredients on the salad dish
  • Make the dressing in a separate bowl (or double the doses if you want to keep some for later use.)
  • Enjoy!

Diabetes & Carb content:

 

  • As a general rule, 

👉 300g of vegetables equals to 10g carbs

 

  • The 150g can of Bonduelle corn without sugar added* contains a little bit more carbs. Once drained it weighs 140g 

👉  Each 282g of drained corn contains 10g carbs

 

I would recommend mixing vegetables in the salad for 4 people and not add the corn/protein before serving. 

Each person can weigh the amount of vegetables they want first, then add the corn: you will have the amount of carbs on your plate. Let’s say, 300g vegetables (10g carbs) with 35g corn (0,01 irrelevant)

Then, add the eggs and anchovies

👉 You could have a salad between 10 and 15g carbs

 

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