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For a good hot day outside I can’t help but to crave super light, fresh, summer-y foods and this healthy rainbow summer salad is the perfect dish for sunny days and a great vegetarian BBQ option! Also is the typical salad for tacos if you enjoy good Mexican food.
What really makes this dish special is the lime juice touch. The bitter taste of the lime in the dressing and various savoury elements really helps to pull this summer salad together.
How To Make This Healthy Rainbow Summer Salad
The absolute best thing about this recipe is how super simple it is to pull together. Which is a definite bonus point when it comes to providing dishes for any get-togethers than can both impress yet remain incredibly simple to produce.
How to assemble the salad
To assemble the salad, you just need to chop the veggies and juice the lime. Then mix all the ingredients, top with olive oil, salt & pepper, and coriander.
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