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2 handfuls       baby kale (or mixed with spinach)

1 medium        baked sweet potato (cubed and baked)

Handful           green beans (blanched, or slightly steamed/sauteed, still crunchy)

Half a bunch   tender stem broccolini (blanched, or slightly steamed/sauteed, still crunchy)

½ – 1                pomegranate

½                     fennel, thinly sliced or mandolined (sub. ¼ cup thinly sliced leak)

¼ cup              Fermented or pickled shallots to top, to taste

Optional –        ¼ cup cooked quinoa

French probiotic dressing

1-2 tsps           Sarafino Dijon mustard

¼ cup              Sarafino Marte red wine vinegar

¼-½ cup          Sarafino Mauro organic extra virgin olive oil

½                     lemon squeezed (adjust to taste)

1 small            clove of garlic, diced or minced 

Pinch               Sarafino Sea salt, to taste

Pinch               Aleppo pepper to taste (sub. for fresh ground black pepper)

1-2 tbsps         labneh (sub. with greek yogurt or kefir for a probiotic dressing)

Optional –        ½ tsp of honey (if you prefer a hint of sweetness)

Optional –        1 small diced shallot, mixed into the dressing


  1. Place baked and cooked vegetables in bowl (sweet potatoes, green beans, broccolini) 
  2. Combine with raw vegetables.
  3. Mix all of the dressing ingredients together in a blender or whisk together until thoroughly combined. Adjust tang, salt, and pepper to taste. 
  4. Add the dressing to the salad, toss and enjoy!

Nutrition – This salad contains liver supportive and detoxing cruciferous vegetables (kale, broccolini). The leafy greens provide additional fiber and minerals, are alkalizing and improve digestion. The dressing consists of anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, as well as gut supportive probiotics found in labneh (yogurt and kefir). The olive oil, vinegar and mustard in the dressing promote healthy skin.


Recipe created by:

Isra Al-Salem, B.A., CNP, RYT

Clinical Holistic Nutritionist, Yoga Instructor, and Global Health & Wellness Consultant

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