Find classic recipes for tuna Nicoise salad or change things up and try a new twist using smoked trout, steak or vegetarian options.
Waxy new potatoes are ideal for salads such as this classic, as they are firm enough to keep their shape when stirred with other ingredients. Serve with crusty French bread.
In this hearty, French-style salad, slices of quickly griddled rump steak top a mixture of colourful vegetables in a tangy Dijon mustard dressing. Serve with a warm baguette to mop up all the delicious juices.
Create this classic main-meal salad from the simplest of ingredients. A can of anchovies, speedily blended with olive oil, lemon juice, mustard and garlic, makes an ideal dressing. Serve with crusty French bread. Delicious!
Salade niçoise is a typical salad from the south of France. Bursting with seasonal vegetables, this is a vegan version without eggs, tuna or anchovies. Simple and nutritious!
Classic salad of fresh seared tuna, French beans and potatoes, with a sophisticated twist, perfect for a light lunch - or a summer picnic.
A variation on the classic, great for dinner parties looks really impresive on the plate and simple to do! I based this recipe on Jun Tanaka's recipe from the book Simple to Sensational. I made it for a friend who's favorite dish happened to be Nicoise salad, and she said it was the best she had ever had!
An artichoke dish that comes from my grandmother, all made in a pressure cooker. I didn't use to like artichokes, now I eat nothing else!
Carb free, healthy, colourful and tasty version of this traditional salad, with a twist, for the time when you get your hands on the freshest piece of tuna at your fish market or fish monger.
Smoked mackerel is a delicious oily fish and an ideal substitute for tuna in this salad, packed with protein. Although you can use the traditional Niçoise ingredients, it's really adaptable depending on what you like, what you've got in the fridge and how many you are serving! Potatoes are optional for the carb dodgers! This is a lovely summery supper, lunch or to use as a filling for wraps.
A contemporary take on the continental Niçoise salad.