Hurricane Salad 🥗. Tips for the perfect Hurricane Salad. Cut the fruit into bite-sized pieces. It stays crisp but still picks up the dressing flavors.
This recipe works best with tuna that's packed in oil, but feel free to use what you have at hand. T'was the middle of the night when it happened, my ravenous stomach growled an ungodly screech, it was time to devour the 𝗴𝗿𝗲𝗲𝗻𝘀. Right now, leaves are rustling due to a nice, cool, dry breeze, the windows are open in my always-ever-locked house, and I am enjoying what feels like the very first taste of autumn. You can cook Hurricane Salad 🥗 using 10 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Hurricane Salad 🥗
- You need of Salad.
- It’s 1 of Broccoli 🥦.
- You need 1 of Meat (Any Meat) 🥩.
- You need 1 of Cucumber 🥒.
- It’s 1 of Carrot 🥕.
- You need 1 Bowl of Cherry Tomatoes 🍅.
- It’s of Dressing.
- Prepare 1 spoonful of Mayonnaise 🥛.
- You need 1/2 tbsp of Black Pepper 🫑.
- You need 1/2 of Lime 🍋.
When I walk outside, I'm not immediately suffocated by heat and humidity, and there are very few biting bugs flying around (always a good day when this happens in Florida). MEAL-IN-under-A-MINUTE: Travel Personality MissWanJira shares her recipe for her very own Hurricane Salad. Hope you enjoy making it as much as I did! If you have any questions, just post a comment.
Hurricane Salad 🥗 instructions
- Prepare the dressing, Mix the Mayonnaise and black pepper, squish the Lime Juice out, and mix it till it turns into a light grey colour..
- Cut the Cucumber and Carrot into small bite pieces and cut the Cherry Tomatoes..
- Cut the broccolis and cook them..
- Cook the meat and cut it into small pieces..
- After you're done with all of them mix them all together and enjoy!.
Mix all ingredients except the coconut and the lettuce. Place lettuce leaves on a plate, spoon mixture onto lettuce leaves, and garnish with the coconut. It's nutritious, doesn't require refrigeration, and is vegan. I live in Gainesville, Florida and we definitely have a hurricane season. Gainesville is in the north and middle part of Florida, so most hurricanes are weakened by the time they get to us.