Roasted Rhubarb Salad

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

40 min. 2 serv.
49 ratings

If you’re aiming to reach weight-loss goals more easily and want a delicious vegetarian dish, try our fresh Roasted Rhubarb Salad. It is just the recipe for you!

In fact, rhubarb is a great vegetable to add to your salad since it’s healthy and low in calories. If you haven’t had rhubarb before, try it for the first time with this recipe! It may just become your new favorite delicious dish.

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


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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