Nothing worse than a soggy, unseasoned and badly thought out salad, however, it seems to be one of those dishes that is too often left for the side of the table, and, unfortunately, one that doesn’t seem to require much love.
That’s why we’ve decided to bring you three salad recipes from Michelin-starred chefs that show you just how good salad can be. Hopefully providing you with some useful tips and tricks to employ the next time you're making salad at home.
There’s a fresh crab salad recipe from Richard Davies, a quail salad from Marcus Eaves and a salad of smoked pigeon and skate by Simon Hulstone.
Simon Hulstone's Smoke Pigeon and Skate Salad.
Marcus Eaves Cooks a Quail Salad
Richard Davies Makes Crab Salad