Alkaline Diet Recipes
Salads: Alkalizing Green Noodle Salad
Most grains are acidic, except millet and buckwheat. Apart from being alkaline forming, millet also contains the highest calcium content of all grains, has less phytates than other grains, is gluten-free and packed with vitamins and minerals, e.g. Vitamin B3 which can help lower cholesterol.
Ingredients for 2 persons
100 g millet noodles (100 g ~ 3.75 ounces)
100 g fresh spinach
100 g zucchini
100 g broccoli
1 garlic clove
¼ cup yeast-free vegetable stock
2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
1 cup chopped fresh basil
1 pinch of sea salt
1 pinch of pepper
Cook noodles according to package directions. Drain the noodles and rinse them off with cold running water. Put aside and let cool off.
Chop the broccoli and cut the zucchini in thin slices and steam both very slightly so they remain crunchy and the color pops.
Wash and cut the spinach, get rid off the stems. Chop the basil.
For the dressing, pour the lemon juice and the vegetable stock in a mixer, add chopped garlic and mix for a few seconds.
Put the noodles, broccoli, zucchini, chopped spinach and basil in a bowl. Pour over the Dressing, mix well and finally season with salt and pepper.
Enjoy this alkaline noodle salad with lots of greens!
Many thanks to Gwyneth from Chicago, IL for sharing this delicious alkaline recipe!
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