Mildred’s Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Detox Salad


This week I went to Mildreds in Soho. I love this place – it’s a fantastic vegetarian restaurant that uses organic ingredients when possible and has a lovely range of internationally-inspired recipes. And it has a wonderful atmosphere and staff. (And they have a great blog.) I had the Energizing Detox Salad with carrots, sultanas, fennel, sprouting beans, coriander and toasted pumpkins and sunflower seeds with an apple, lime and ginger dressing and served with organic tofu. Brilliant for my detox but also a lovely salad in its own right – the flavours were all really well judged – nothing overpowering anything else. I had expected the apple, lime and ginger dressing to be quite full-on, but instead it was subtle; giving the carrots, sultanas, fennel, sprouts, coriander and seeds the opportunity to shine. The menu shows when a recipe is gluten-free or vegan, making ordering brilliantly easy!

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  2. Hi Grace, I bought ur cookbook n can’t wait to try out the delicious wheat free recipes. On the gram flour, am I supposed to use Italian or Indian gram flour? What would u recommend? Thanks a lot. Regards

    1. Hi KC, lovely to hear from you and many thanks indeed for buying my book. I hope you enjoy it hugely. Yes, there is a difference between Italian and Indian gram flour – Indian gram flour is made from chana dal from the chickpea family and Italian from actual chickpeas and is a finer texture. So you get a different taste and texture – and you may prefer the Italian one, but I think both work well. You’ll see, anyway, that I mix gram flour with other flours so that the strong taste and thick texture is evened out by the other flours. All best, Grace

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