It’s time to restore that stomach, give it a break from year-end binge eating and return it to “normal.”
In these cases, cheap detox recipes are a great ally. This today is part of the Marie Borrel collection contained in “My detoxifying kitchen” (2008). It’s a strawberry, tomato, and mint feta salad. Find 400 grams of ripe strawberries, 4 medium tomatoes (or two large ones), 150 grams of feta cheese, 6 fresh mint leaves, 4 tablespoons of soybean oil, ½ teaspoon of soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of sherry vinegar , ½ tablespoon ground ginger, salt and pepper. It gives for four people.
Rinse the strawberries under running water, drain them, remove the tails and cut them into four pieces. Reserve in a salad bowl. Rinse the tomatoes, cut them in two, remove the seeds and cut them into small pieces. Add them to the strawberries. Drain the feta cheese and cut it into cubes. Add them to the strawberry and tomato mixture. Season with salt and pepper.
In a bowl, prepare the vinaigrette by mixing the oil, vinegar, soy sauce and ginger. Pour into the salad bowl. Rectify the salt and pepper if necessary. Take out the mint leaves, rinse them and cut them. Spread them over the salad. Serve cold.
A tip from the author
Since mint oxidizes quickly when cut, if you prepare the salad in advance and keep it in the fridge, add the leaves at the last minute “to release all their perfume.”