Watercress Fennel Salad Recipe

A delightful Salad Recipe by Health Kitchen

A delightful Salad Recipe by Health Kitchen

Watercress, red radicchio, chilli and orange zest are high in anti-oxidants.  This is a delicious crunchy salad.


1 Fennel bulb finely shaved

1 zest of orange (wash the wax off first with castille soap)

1 Whole orange finely shaved

1 Bunch watercress chopped

1/2 red onion shaved

1/4 tsp chilli flakes

4 Red radicchio  leaves torn

1 Tsp Sunflower seeds

Dressing: Oil free orange dressing




Rocket & Artichoke Salad

Rocket Artichoke Salad Health Kitchen

Rocket Artichoke Salad Health Kitchen


  • 500g organic frozen peas defrosted

  • 4 cups rocket

  • 1 bunch dill

  • 1 tin artichokes

  • 1 cup semi dried tomatoes

  • ½ red onion

  • large handful flat leaf parsley

  • 2 spriggs of mint

  • 1 tblsp pine nuts


  • ½ cup Chia Gel (recipe: 2 tblsp black chia seeds in 1 cup water, shake in a jar, stand for 10 minutes until gel has formed, will keep for a week in the fridge)

  • 2 tblsp Braggs apple cider vinegar

  • 2 tblsp cashew mayonaise

  • 1 tsp kelp granules

  • 1/2 tsp herbamare diet seasoning

  • 1 clove garlic

  • 1/4 cup water


Chop the herbs, drain, rinse and drain again the artichokes and slice them into quarters, slice onion into fine half rings.  Toss all ingredients together.  Make the dressing in a blender, blend for 30 seconds and keep in a glass jar in the fridge for up to a week.  


This is a delicious rocket, pea, and artichoke salad with a dressing that has kelp granules added, I have added this as most Australians are iodine deficient and we need iodine for thyroid & brain function and seaweed is the best way to add it to your diet  - you cannot taste the kelp in the dressing.  I have also substituted most of the olive oil for chia seeds and cashew mayonnaise as it is much healthier and offers many more nutritional benefits than processed oil.  With this salad you could add blanched tofu cubes or cooked beans and you would have a main course.

Extreme Salad

Extreme Salad

Salad should be the main course of 2 meals per day. Fresh raw food contains enzymes, vitamins, minerals, 1000`s of phytochemiclas, fibre, anti oxidants. It is better not to use  processed oil in your dressing but use ground nuts for the fat.  The nuts come as a whole food with far more nutritional benefits than just fat and assist with maximum nutrition absorption in your digestion. ​ (Processed oil does not assist with absorption) 

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Nonyan Noodle Salad With Tofu

Nonyan Noodle Salad With Tofu


  • 1/2 packet rice noodles (you can get brown rice noodles from some Asian Grocers)
  • 1  x 300g pack organic firm tofu sliced into 4 blocks and blanched in boiling water for 1 minute, drain and marinate in in 2 tbsp of tamari, for a few hours in the fridge.

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