Soy Seeds To Make Your Salads Sizzle

Green salads are quick and useful way to inject a bit of green health into a meal but you can’t get away with simply emptying out the bag of leaves and sloshing over the same old dressing too many times.

This mix of seeds and pine nuts keeps well in an air tight container for a week or so and will give your stark lettuce leaves a different take.

For more ideas about green salads follow this link.


Recipe – concept really – for soy-soaked seeds to pep up a plain green salad


This is enough for two or three salads


  • 100g/4 oz each of pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, and sunflower seeds
  • 3 tbsp good quality rich soy sauce (go here to find out more about soy sauce)


  1. Dry fry the seeds and nuts until slightly browned
  2. Add in the soy sauce and stir


0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Related Posts

How is Small Giants bringing edible insects to Western diets?

I first met Francesco Majno at a conference where he had a stand (back in the day when real conferences happened!). At the time, his…
Read More

Red Boat Tony on the difference between gelato and ice-cream

I can’t say I’ve ever really thought of Anglesey in Wales as being a must-visit place for ice-cream, but as a result of this interview,…
Read More

Sign up to our Saucy Newsletter

subscribe today for monthly highlights of foodie events, new restaurant at home menus, recipe ideas and our latest blog posts