Colorful Bulgur Salad with Vegan Feta Cheese and Lemon Chili Dressin

Veg Food & Vegan Desserts, Food - Lunch & Dinner, Side Dishes & Salads

This is one of those simple salads that is full of color, flavor and deliciousness. I just combined some simple ingredients I always have at home and as a result this beautiful salad was created. You can eat it as it is or have it as a side dish to a bigger protein source. The salad is completely vegan and the feta cheese is made of coconut (doesn’t taste coconut though, it tastes more like chèvre) and is optional. You can exclude that if you don’t want cheese.

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Beans and Feta Cheese?

We add beans and vegan feta cheese to this salad to create a more satisfying salad. This salad is so fresh and healthy, and have a nice balance of carbs, proteins and fats. It can therefore be eaten both as a main dish and a side dish.

What beans?

You can use “white” beans of almost any kind for this recipe; Cannelloni beans, white beans, chickpeas etc. I have used a package of an organic mixture of the three of these and which is delicious.

Colorful Bulgur Salad with Feta Cheese and Lemon chili Dressing

1 dl bulgur
110 g (1/2 package) boiled white beans
1,5 tomatoes
70g (1/2 small can) corn
1/2 red pepper
1/3 red onion
A hand full of fresh baby spinach

2 tbsp olive oil
1/2-1 tap chili flakes
2 tbsp lemon juice
2 tbsp finely chopped parsley
Approx 1 tbsp black pepper
Approx 1 tbsp salt

+ Vegan feta cheese (this is optional)

Boil your bulgur according to the instructions on the package.

Rinse off your boiled beans in cold water. Set on side.

Chop tomato, red onion and pepper to small pieces/cubes. Place these in a bowl and add corn and finely chopped spinach and the rinsed beans.

Mix together the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl.

When the bulgur is done add this to the big bowl and add the dressing. Stir everything together and if you’d like, finish with feta cheese.


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