Guest post by Alexandra Maul of Made to Glow
This late summer salad is perfect for weeknight meals and makes great leftovers. It’s filling, nutritious, and bursting with peak summer flavor. By adding purple potatoes and mung bean noodles, the salad has some serious staying power – with tons of fiber and protein.
I know, I know, it’s *almost* fall. It was even cloudy and crisp today where I am, a sure sign of the nearing change of seasons, especially after 95+ degrees this past weekend.
But, I’m not giving up on summer yet (as you’ll see with my latest posts)!
The fresh summer bounty is one of my favorite things – you’ll find my recipes are packed with seasonal produce – and I’m taking advantage of all of the late summer farm market finds.
Savor the last of the summer produce with this light and easy dish.
2 tightly packed cups arugula
2 cups of cooked mung bean fettuccine*
2 cups of quartered cooked purple potatoes*
1 cup chopped artichoke hearts
1 cup chopped cherry or grape tomatoes
1/2 cup fresh or frozen green peas
1/8 cup sliced kalamata olives
Chopped parsley for garnish (optional)
Lemon zest (optional)
Make the Salad:
Lots of options – choose what works for you!
Alexandra Maul, MPH is a health educator and public health professional. After experiencing debilitating chronic health issues and learning how to heal, she created Made to Glow, a healthy living guide that educates and inspires others around healthy eating, self-care practices, and non-toxic living.
Alex is passionate about empowering others to feel their best, and loves to share kitchen tips, naturally gluten-free and dairy-free recipes, relaxation and fitness suggestions, and ways to live lean, clean, and green.
When we feel whole, balanced, and healthy, we radiate from the inside out. We are all made to glow!
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I'm Beth. I created Red & Honey because I'm obsessed with the wild art of wellness.