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The secret to an exceptional salad is simple: balance. Garbanzo beans, sliced eggs, fresh cilantro and mint, red cabbage, and a citrusy homemade dressing with a hint of heat not only make for a meal filled with protein and fiber, but a flavorful one at that. Unlike leafy salads, this one doesn't wilt after being dressed. In fact, the longer it marinates in the fridge, the better it tastes!
I'm not sure what the description of the the lime and orange means. Do you remove juice and peel and use just the flesh of the fruit? Or do you use zest, juice, and flesh, but separately? Or do you add only the zest and juice to the dressing?
Hi Deb! Great question. We recommend zesting the fruit (which is taking small bits of peel off of the outside with a micro-planer or a very small grater) and juicing the insides with a juicer. The zest bits and the juice are what should be added in our recipe and give the hint of flavor without being overpowering. However, you're absolutely welcome to try your own version of the salad and put in larger bits of the fruit if you'd like. We'd love to hear how it turns out and what you think of the recipe. Thanks for reaching out!
Not a fan of hot sauce. Ok to omit? Or too important to recipe? Thanks.
No worries! You can definitely omit the hot sauce and still enjoy this yummy egg salad. Let us know how it turns out for you!
What is tajin? Where is it obtained?
Hi Sara! Tajin is a type of seasoning medley that includes chili powder, lime juice, and salt. Many grocery stores carry it in the spices section. You can also try an ethnic foods specialty store. We hope you get the chance to try the recipe!
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