6 Summer Salads to Beat The Heat

 

The blazing heat calls for some smart eating and this is exactly where the quintessential salad fits in! Staying fit and light is the key to braving the summer and thats now nice and easy with this delectable salad collection.

Tanushree Poddar curates this list for Pune365:

 

 

Tuna Salad:

A big bowl blended with creamy mayonnaise and fresh delicate tuna with some boiled potatoes and veggies with herbs dressing is all that to fill your tummy. It tastes even better when cold.

Where: French creperie, Shop 3B, Opposite Godrej Nature’s Basket, Lane 5, Jewel Tower, North Main Road, Koregoan Park
Price:270

 

Mango Mushroom Punch:

 

This salad is all what you want for this summer. A mixture of grilled mushroom with grilled veggies along with the punch of mango with a different dressing.

Where: Salad Grill, Kalyani Nagar
Price: 230

 

Burrafato:
It is a nutrition packed powerhouse. High protein grilled tofu with Italian herbs, presented with all fresh veggies and sesame seeds for added.crunch. Tasty and filling !

Where: Dario’s, Off North Main Road, Koregoan park
Price: 420
Steak salad:
No matter how you like your steak, this salad is well done. The marinated steak with mango and chillies give it an equal ratio of sweet and spicy flavour. Served with fruit salsa makes this balanced and mouth-watering.

Where: PiQuant, Flat E-205, Eden Park, Viman Nagar
Price: 110
Rice and Beans Salad:
Yes! A rice salad. A traditional Mexican salad with a combination of rice and kidney beans along with the freshness of cucumber. Comes with a dressing of salsa mayo making it fresh and innovative.

Where: Greens & olives, New DP Road, Aundh
Price: 310
Farmhouse Salad:
This salad highlights the best veggies of the season. Choose your favourite veggies and meats, add different toppings and a variety of dressings to give you the salad of choice.

Where: lazyGreens, Shop 8, B Wing Castalia, Pimple Saudagar
Price: 110

 

 

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