Purslane Salad With Strained Yogurt Sauce. In this simple recipe, fresh purslane leaves, or in Turkish, 'semizotu' (sem-EEZ' oh-TOO'), surrounded by a whip of thick, creamy strained yogurt, similar to Greek yogurt, and crushed garlic. The tangy crispness of the fresh purslane goes perfectly with the yogurt and the garlic adds extra punch. Cut off the roots of purslane bunces and wash and drain it well.
Add the purslane leaves to the bowl and mix all together well. Preparation: Wash and dry the purslane bunch, Separate out the purslane leaves from the stalks, In a bowl whisk together the yoghurt, salt and grated garlic, Incorporate in the purslane leaves, Clean up the purslane leaves the. Mix olive oil, pear vinegar, plum sour, black sesame in a container. You can cook Purslane Salad With Strained Yogurt Sauce using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Purslane Salad With Strained Yogurt Sauce
- Prepare 1 bunch of purslane.
- Prepare 2 cups of Strained yogurt (400 ml).
- You need 4 cloves of garlic.
- Prepare of Olive oil.
- You need to taste of Salt.
- You need of To decorate.
- Prepare of Red pepper flakes.
- It’s of Walnuts.
Blend the purslane leaves with this mixture and place to the bowl to be served. In another bowl, mix the strained yogurt, garlic, salt and olive oil well and add onto the leaves. In a separate bowl, combine strained yogurt and garlic and adjust the amount of salt to taste. Add the purslane leaves to the bowl and mix all together well.
Purslane Salad With Strained Yogurt Sauce instructions
- Wash and clean purslane, take of longer and hard stems of them.
- Drain them.
- Prepare yogurt with garlic and salt pour over purslane.
- Add pepper flakes and walnuts.
- A Great summer dish with bulgur salad!!.
Make sure all the leaves are covered with the yogurt mixture. Take the salad from the bowl to the serving plate and garnish it extra virgin olive oil and red chili pepper flakes. Note: Unlike other salads with Romaine lettuce where the lettuce is finely sliced so that dressings don't settle on the lettuce, this salad calls for nice coarsely cut pieces of lettuce to stand up to the yogurt. Purslane is a common and prolific garden visitor in most parts of the country. It is considered a weed to most Americans but has a surprisingly delicate flavor and packed full of vitamins and antioxidants.