Does anyone else take notes on the ingredients and structure of dishes which you enjoy when dining out?
During our recent trip to the USA and Canada we ate at ‘Antique Taco’ in Wicker Park, Chicago. We discovered it because it was rated as one of the 10 best tacos in the USA by Fodor’s Travel. After reading the email containing this information, it was an absolute must-do when we were in Chicago and we were not disappointed.
The kale salad was amazing and I have managed to create something similar at home.
This is what was left in the bowl after dinner tonight and using some for lunch tomorrow.
There are no specific quantities for the ingredients.
Curly kale (thick vein removed and finely chopped)
Finely chopped red onion
Dried cranberries (chopped)
Spiced peanuts (I buy raw peanuts and toss them in a bit of oil, chilli powder, cumin and sea salt)
Red wine vinegar
Use the dressing sparingly. Tos salad well to ensure that all surfaces are coated.
Unlike most salads, I think this improves after standing for 6 – 12 hours.
If you decide to try this, please let me know what you think.
Sounds yummy! I expect the kale particularly benefits from the standing time. Shall give it a try.