Sunday, April 24, 2011

Entry - Apple Kohlrabi Salad

This recipe was sent in by Monica, she lives in Germany and shares bits of her life on her lovely blog, 3 at 12 . Let's see what she has to share.
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This recipe is from Tim Maelzer, a German cook that is often called the German Jamie Oliver. He is incidentally friends with him, as they worked at the same restaurant many years ago.
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Apple Kohlrabi Salad:

4 Twigs of Thyme
7 oz Low Fat Yogurt
2 tbsp Olive Oil
2 tbsp Lemon Juice
Salt, Pepper & Sugar to taste
1/2 Pound Kohlrabi (German Turnip)
2 Granny Smiths (or another apple with some acidity)
3 Scallions

Take leaves off of thyme twigs, chop and mix with yogurt, olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper and sugar. Peel kohlrabi and cut into thin strips. Wash apples, core, quarter and then cut into thin strips. Wash scallions and thinly slice. Toss all.

It is totally delicious.
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Photo source

This really looks refreshing and good, thanks Monica!

8 comments:

Liz said...

UMMMMM.... YUMMY!

This looks wonderful... :)
Very refreshing.

~Liz

Squirrelhaus said...

I love Kohlarabi so I'm going to try this out!!!
looks great!
Chris :o)

Heidi said...

this looks so good....

My Spotty Pony said...

This salad looks delicious in the photo and the ingredients are all the things I enjoy...
I will definitely be trying this recipe out,
thank you for sharing, Abby :)

Edward said...

Wow nice looking salad, as always, hope you had a happy Easter.
Regards
Edward

Vintage Barn 27 said...

Looks wonderful! Something to have out on the deck on a summer afternoon.

Leigh said...

Mmm. I'm guessing I could try this with turnips instead of kohlrabi. Sounds really good!

koralee said...

This looks yummy....thanks for sharing .xoxo