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Cucumber, Black Olive and Mint Salad

A chunky salad of cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, peppery mint leaves drizzled with a black olives sauce.

 Cucumber, Black Olive and Mint Salad Cucumber, Black Olive and Mint Salad

Chef's Name

: Vicky Ratnani

Recipe Cook Time

: 15 Minutes

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Ingredients

  • 3 medium cucumbers, peeled, seeded and cut in chunks

    Sea salt to season (you can use normal salt too)

    Juice of 1 lemon

    Pinch of sugar

    8-9 large Spanish olives

    1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil

    Cracked black pepper to season

    Mint leaves for garnish

    6-8 cherry tomatoes

Method

Put the chunks of cucumber in a bowl with sea salt, pinch of sugar and lime juice.

In a blender add the pitted black olives, olive oil and cracked black pepper.

Blend this into a nice puree.

Add halved cherry tomatoes to the cucumbers and mix with the black olive puree.

Garnish with mint and chopped olives.

Key Ingredients: Cucumber, Sea Salt, Lemon Juice, Sugar, Olive Oil, Black Pepper, Mint Leaves, Cherry Tomatoes


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