How To Make 5 Bean Salad

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This classic 5-beans salad is a great addition to any feast. It is filled with proteins from the different kind of beans and I love the combination of soft, boiled beans and the crunchy veggies along with the fresh herbs. Use either canned beans or soak overnight and boil the dried beans a few hours before making the salad.

How To Make 5 Beans Salad Recipe
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How To Make 5 Beans Salad Recipe
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Instructions

  1. To begin with, first, drain and rinse the beans under running water in case you are using canned beans. If you are using dried beans, boil and then drain them.
  2. Combine the beans, corn kernels, onions, and parsley in a large mixing bowl. Zest the lemon directly over the salad.
  3. Whisk together lemon juice, olive oil, salt, and paprika in a small bowl and pour over the salad.
  4. Now toss the salad to combine and chill in the refrigerator for 30-40 mins before serving.
  5. Enjoy the delicious and wholesome salad, which can be consumed for 3-4 days if refrigerated.

Recipe Notes

With the season slowly changing to winter, you can also add warm oven roasted vegetables. You can check the link given alongside for the recipe. (https://www.myweekendkitchen.in/lentil-salad-roasted-vegetables/).

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Ashima believes food is nourishment for body, mind, and soul. That eating well doesn’t require fancy cooking, but mindfulness and practice. She shares simple recipes infused with lots of love on her food blog – My Weekend Kitchen. With every recipe she publishes, she sends out a little hope that it will inspire someone to cook more often at home.