Cucumber Tomato Salad with Miso Vinaigrette (ME)

Cucumber Tomato Salad with Miso VinaigretteToday I pulled up the last of my summer vegetable garden to make way for a Fall planting. As a result I had 32 tomatoes, some Cucumbers and other veggies in need a of a food home. This salad is a perfect use the Cucumbers and Tomatoes and I’ve been making it all Summer. I’ve talked before about how much I adore Asian inspired flavors and seasonings, and this salad highlights some of my favorite Asian ingredients in the vinaigrette. Don’t be afraid to try something new and pick up a few items at the grocery store for this recipe – they are super tasty and a great addition to your pantry.

Yield: About 6 Cups

“ME” indicates a healthier Mindful Eating option.

  • INGREDIENTS
    1 Large (or 2 Medium) Cucumbers, cut into bite sized pieces
    3 Large Tomatoes, cut into bite sized chunks*
    1 Green Onion or Banana Pepper, chopped into thin circles
    3 Tbsp Fresh Parsley, finely chopped
    2 Tbsp White Miso
    2 Tbsp Olive Oil
    2 Tbsp Brown Rice Syrup (or Honey)
    2 Tbsp Water
    1 Tbsp Tamari or Soy Sauce
    1 Tbsp Rice Vinegar
    Freshly Ground Sea Salt
    Freshly Ground Black Pepper

    *Note: Colorful Heirloom varieties look gorgeous in this salad.

    DIRECTIONS
    1. Chop Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Onion (or Banana Pepper) and Parsley and put in a large bowl. Set aside.
    2. In a small food processor, or with an immersion blender or whisk in a small bowl, combine Miso, Olive Oil, Brown Rice Syrup, Water, Tamari and Rice Vinegar until smooth.
    3. Pour dressing over Tomato mixture in the large bowl and toss together so veggies are thoroughly covered with the Miso Vinaigrette. Add Salt and Pepper to taste, but it shouldn’t need too much (Miso is very flavorful!). I like to add a dusting of Fresh Ground Pepper on top.
    4. Cover the salad and keep in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Serve cold or at room temperature. Enjoy!
    Tomato Cucumber Salad

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    One Comments

    1. Tim says:

      Sweet, tangy and delicious! Incredibly refreshing with fresh summertime ingredients! This one is a great addition to any picnic!!!

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