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Arugula and Corn Salad with Avocado Dressing

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I have to give my daughter, Kaia most of the credit for this recipe. She has been coming up with some amazing dishes lately and one of her favorite is a corn and arugula salad with an avocado dressing. Her’s is a little simpler and uses oil in the dressing. Of course I needed to get in there and change things up a bit. But she is my inspiration…as she is for many things in life. Interesting how that happens!Corn and Arugula Salad

The main ingredients in this salad are arugula, corn, tomatoes and yellow squash noodles. The dressing is oil-free and uses avocados, garlic, hemp seeds a little nutritional yeast and salt and pepper. SO easy to make! The cool part is you can use pasta to replace the squash noodles if you want to. It would be an interesting substitution. We love brown rice noodles around here, when we use them.

You can also spiralize your own! I use the Kitchenaid Spiralizer but a more economic solution is this spiralizer. (Click links) You can also click the pictures on the right side for more information on some of the things I used in this recipe.

Corn and Arugula Salad

This is a quick and delicious arugula salad that you can throw together. Enjoy!

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5 Comments

  1. Tarah Johnson wrote on August 12, 2018

    This looks delish!!!! I came here because my friend referred me here to check out cracker recipies. The first thing I see is this salad recipe which my mom and I are going to make today – can’t wait!!!
    I’m starting to eat more raw foods, and so glad there are people like you to make the process easier!!!
    Thank you!!

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  2. Kelly wrote on June 6, 2018

    If you can’t have Nutritional yeast, do you have suggestions for a replacement?

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    • Susan wrote on June 6, 2018

      Hi, Kelly, I would throw in a teaspoon of light miso paste. Thanks for asking!

      Reply

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