Vegetable and Baby Green Salad-Loews Ventana Canyon - Tucson News Now

Vegetable and Baby Green Salad-Loews Ventana Canyon

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Vegetable and Baby Green Salad

1 bunch Watercress

1 Red Endive and/or Yellow Endive

1 Blood Orange

1 teaspoon Toasted Pine Nuts

1 Small Radish

1/4 Cup Shaved Carrot and Fennel mixed

1 teaspoon Pomegranate seeds

Olive oil

Passion Fruit puree

On a mandolin thinly shave your carrots, radish and fennel in to ice water.

Peel and segment blood orange and set aside.

Clean endive and separate your leafs.

In a small mixing bowl toss in your endive, shaved fennel, carrots and radish. Drizzle about ½ teaspoon of olive oil and Passion fruit puree. Sprinkle a pinch of salt

Once all ingredients in the bowl are nice and coated transfer over to a nice cold plate.

Place your Blood orange segments, pomegranate seeds and pine nuts over the salad.

Pick a small bunch of watercress and scatter over your salad.

Finish with a drizzle of Olive oil and some cracked black pepper.

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