You are going to love pairing our Roasted Rhubarb Salad recipe with your meal!

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If you’re aiming to reach weight-loss goals more easily or want a delicious Vegetarian dish this summer, Our fresh Roasted Rhubarb Salad is just the recipe for you! In fact, rhubarb is a great vegetable to add to your salad more than ever since it’s healthy and low in calories. If you haven’t had rhubarb before, try it this summer for the first time! It may just become your new favorite vegetable after trying this delicious dish. Share this recipe with your friends and family members to show them how great of a cook you can be!


2 Rhubarb Stalks, diced
1 English Cucumbers, peeled
2 Tbsp Sugar substitute
1 Tbsp Sea salt
1 Tbsp Black pepper
2 Handfuls Baby Arugula
1/2 Lemon, juiced
1/2 Fresh mint, shredded the leaves
1 Tbsp Shallots, minced
2 Tbsp Olive oil


Step 1 - Rhubarb and sugar substitute in a bowl

step #1

Preheat the oven to 450F. In a medium bowl, mix rhubarb with sugar substitute together.
Step 2 - Mixture spread in baking sheet

step #2

Evenly spread the mixture onto a rimmed baking sheet. Bake for approximately 5 minutes. Cool for approximately 10 minutes.
Step 3 - Peeled cucumber with sea salt in bowl

step #3

Peel the cucumber and cut it into thin diagonal slices. Toss with sea salt and let it sit for 10 minutes. Rinse and drain.
Step 4 - Whisked lemon juice, oil, shallot, salt and pepper in bowl

step #4

In a large bowl, whisk lemon juice, oil, shallot, salt and pepper.
Step 5 - Salad bowl with salad and rhubarb

step #5

Toss the rhubarb, cucumber, baby spinach and dressing in a salad bowl.
Step 6 - Salad seasoned with mint leaves

step #6

Season with mint leaves.
Step 7 - Ready to Serve

step #7

Ready to Serve!



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Did you know?

Being a vegetarian doesn’t have to be boring! Rhubarb is a delicious ingredient many people don’t think is a vegetable at all!

Additionally, one of the lowest caloric vegetables is rhubarb. This means that it is a good vegetable for people who are trying to lose weight as 1 cup of rhuabrb is approximately 25 calories.

Since rhubarb is a high source of calcium, it plays a major role in bone protection. The Vitamin K contained in rhubarb also promotes osteotrophic activity. This means that it helps stimulate bone growth and repair.

Make sure to use rhubarb stalks when you are cooking and do not eat the leaves!

If you enjoyed this salad recipe, you’ll be excited to try our other ones out: Red Summer SaladJicama Salad, and Spiced Quinoa Salad with Almonds and Feta Salad.

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