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Light Salad with Liver Recipe
Light and nutritious, surprised? With all this, it is easy not only to use, but also to prepare. All the ingredients are available and are often in our refrigerator. This salad can be eaten for dinner without a twinge of conscience.
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 40 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. We clean the liver from the films.
    We clean the liver from the films.
  2. boil it for a couple. You can, of course, and boil it or fry it, but it will not be so "dietary".
    boil it for a couple. You can, of course, and boil it or fry it, but it will not be so "dietary".
  3. We make an omelet from eggs.
    We make an omelet from eggs.
  4. Drain the excess liquid from the corn. Cut the liver and omelet (as you like). Put the liver, omelet and corn in one container. If desired, you can also add sterilized mushrooms to the salad. Believe me, it will be delicious.
    Drain the excess liquid from the corn. Cut the liver and omelet (as you like). Put the liver, omelet and corn in one container.
If desired, you can also add sterilized mushrooms to the salad. Believe me, it will be delicious.
  5. Now let's prepare the dressing for our salad. Recently, I often fill salads with it. It is light and tastes vaguely like mayonnaise. In a separate container, mix the yogurt, mustard, olive / vegetable oil, salt and pepper. If there is a dry garlic, feel free to send it to the same place! Stir thoroughly. If the yogurt is too liquid, you can "weigh" it for a couple of hours, then it will become thicker and, accordingly, this will affect the consistency of our dressing.
    Now let's prepare the dressing for our salad. Recently, I often fill salads with it. It is light and tastes vaguely like mayonnaise.
In a separate container, mix the yogurt, mustard, olive / vegetable oil, salt and pepper. If there is a dry garlic, feel free to send it to the same place! Stir thoroughly. If the yogurt is too liquid, you can "weigh" it for a couple of hours, then it will become thicker and, accordingly, this will affect the consistency of our dressing.
  6. Dressing our salad.
    Dressing our salad.
  7. Ready.
    Ready.

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