It's extremely simple recipe, but even my mum who is so far away from being vegetarian or vegan, said that it's been a truly amazing salad 😍 first of all, boil potatoes and meanwhile chop beetroots. You can buy already cooked beetroots - it will be faster, cheaper and easier. Unless you happened to live in a farm or something and grow them by yourself... in that case I'm jealous 😍
While potatoes are boiling, chop carrot strips, pickled cucumbers and parsley. Take potatoes away from a pot and slice them too. Mix everything in a large bowl and season to your taste. I will just give you a quick tip for choosing your dairy free yogurt. Even though I am a massive Alpro fan, I wouldn't recommend putting it in this salad, because it has a bit sweet taste. I started using Tesco "free from" brand for salads and dips, and I really like it 🤗
And that's it - give it a go and enjoy! P.S. I wanted to share another super traditional Lithuanian Christmas / NYE salad with you but I might leave it for next year 😇
Lithuanian Traditions: 12 Christmas Eve Dishes
I don't know much about Christmas in other countries (except from UK because I lived here long enough to know that their Christmas Eve is 100% different from the one in Lithuania) but in Lithuania we must have 12 dishes on our Christmas Eve table.
If you are a vegan that can be challenging, but once again - you just need to turn your imagination on and make cooking fun and creative. For example this year I had at least 3 dishes with carrots, but they were all very different from each other. All of them were so simple to make that I am just going to add few pictures below for you 😇
vegan in style
vegan kitchen | by VK