Holy Trinity Salad

I had a taste of something similar to this off a salad bar and had to copy it. I call it the Holy Trinity Salad because it features an updated version of the cooks Holy Trinity (carrot, onion, celery) by fusing with West Coast and Asian flavors – carrot, red/yellow bell pepper, and green onion. This is definitely one of those “eat with your eyes” types of dishes. Amounts are rough, adjust to your liking.

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  • Put in a large bowl in order of ingredients.
  • Give it a good mix.
  • Let it chill in the fridge for a while and for the flavors to get acquainted.
  • Try really hard to not eat it all yourself.
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"I had a taste of something similar to this off a salad bar and had to copy it. I call it the Holy Trinity Salad because it features an updated version of the cooks Holy Trinity (carrot, onion, celery) by fusing with West Coast and Asian flavors – carrot, red/yellow bell pepper, and green onion. This is definitely one of those “eat with your eyes” types of dishes. Amounts are rough, adjust to your liking."

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    I had a taste of something similar to this off a salad bar and had to copy it. I call it the Holy Trinity Salad because it features an updated version of the cooks Holy Trinity (carrot, onion, celery) by fusing with West Coast and Asian flavors – carrot, red/yellow bell pepper, and green onion. This is definitely one of those “eat with your eyes” types of dishes. Amounts are rough, adjust to your liking.
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