Colorful summer sesame salad

What can beat a beautiful fresh salad to stay cool and happy all summer long?!


1 watermelon radish

1/4 cup of sugar snap peas

1 organic yellow zucchini

Organic fresh dill

Salmon (personal preference)

1 tablespoon sesame

sesame vinaigrette

sesame (optional)



  1. Sauteed the salmon with a pinch of salt
  2. Sauteed sliced yellow zucchini and snap peas (optional) until desired
  3. Slice the watermelon radish
  4. In a mixing bowl, toss the yellow zucchini, snap peas and watermelon radish with sesame vinaigrette and dill
  5. Add cooked salmon on top and sprinkle some sesame.


Radish is loaded with vitamin C, folate, fiber, riboflavin, potassium, copper, vitamin B6, magnesium, manganese, and calcium.

Radish is great for smoothing that sore throats, aid digestion, prevent viral infection, detoxification, protects against cancer and relieves indigestion and it keeps you hydrated!

Radish is low in calories and loaded with nutrients, great food skinny snacks!


Zucchini squash is one of the most popular summer squashes in America and Europe.

Zucchini is low in calories and loaded with antioxidant, folates, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, and B- complex.

If you decided to go with the golden zucchini, there additional nutritional benefits include rich in flavonoid poly-phenolic antioxidants such as carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin.

Sugar snap peas:

Sugar snap peas are low in calories and unlike another vegetable, sugar snap peas are sweet and crunchy! And sugar snap peas contains protein with no fat!

Sugar snap peas are high in vitamin C, fiber, vitamin A, K, B vitamin and minerals like iron and manganese.


Adding salmon in salad has become more and more popular.

Salmon has an amazing amount of omega 3 fatty acid! Which make it the great food for cardio health, eye health, decrease cancer risk, and improve mood and cognition. Salmon brings out the best in fresh greens! It contains great amount of protein, B vitamin and omega 3 fatty acid, which complement the antioxidant and vitamin C in greens!


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