Beetroot, lentil and goats cheese salad. This lentil salad is healthy, luxurious, but best of all, it's quick. Use any mustard you have to hand and feel free to add fried bacon instead of goats' cheese. Put the mixed leaves into a serving bowl and top with the hot lentils, the quartered beetroot and the sliced goats' cheese.
Once you have a bed of subtly dressed greens, your options are almost endless. French lentils, golden beetroot and goats' cheese salad is hearty and sustaining, and will keep for a couple of days in the fridge. This quick vegetarian salad is full-on flavour and also very light. You can have Beetroot, lentil and goats cheese salad using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Beetroot, lentil and goats cheese salad
- It’s 1 of x 400g tin green lentils.
- It’s 1 tsp of Wholegrain mustard.
- You need 50 g of cooked beetroot, finely diced.
- Prepare of Large handful spinach, wilted.
- Prepare 4 of cherry tomatoes, quartered.
- Prepare 1/4 of avocado, finely diced.
- You need 35 g of goats cheese.
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Beetroot, lentil and goats cheese salad instructions
- Drain lentils and gently heat in small saucepan with tsp oil.
- Wilt spinach and plate up.
- Finely dice beetroot, tomatoes, avocado and goats cheese.
- Once lentils are warm, take off heat and add 1 tsp Wholegrain mustard, salt and pepper.
- Tip lentils onto spinach, add tomatoes, avo and goats cheese.
- Top with a drizzle of tahini.
This quick salad of warm beetroot, creamy goat's cheese and fine textured lentils makes a substantial vegetarian lunch. Crumble the cheese over and serve immediately. Beetroot goes well in this simple-to-assemble salad. Season with salt and pepper and shake again. Peel the beetroot if you prefer.