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It’s Sunday and time for another #SundaySupper! This week we’re inspired by Spring and are sharing some of our favorite recipes that make us think of spring coming. To me, I always think of a salad made with fresh raw ingredients when someone mentions spring. I love a fresh and crisp salad that can be enjoyed on a warm spring day.
This recipe is a really simple raw salad that easy to make, but balances the distinct flavor of asparagus with the sweetness of apples and bell pepper. 
Be sure to check out everyone else’s spring recipe underneath mine, and join us at 7pm tonight for our twitter chat! Just search for #sundaysupper.
Asparagus Bell Pepper Salad

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 2 people
1 bell pepper
1 handful of shredded carrots
3 stalks of asparagus
half of one apple
half of one lemon
salt and pepper
Thinly slice the pepper, asparagus, and apple into very thin strips, about the same thickness as the shredded carrots. Combine the pepper, carrots, asparagus, and apple in a bowl. Add the juice of the lemon and a dash of salt and pepper. Toss, and serve as an appetizer or a side.

Check out the recipes of all the other participants!
Green and Spring Dishes Menu Includes:
Apps, Bread, Salads, Soups and Dressings:
Main and Sides:

Guinness Beer Milkshake by The Urban Mrs
Wines to Pair with Springtime #SundaySupper Dishes by ENOFYLZ Wine Blog
Irish Spring Tea Party by My Cute Bride

  1. diabeticFoodie says:

    I love crisp salads too – need to have that crunch. I’ve never thought of apples and asparagus together, but I’ll bet the flavors are great.

  2. Shannon says:

    Yum! That is a treat to the eyes and the taste buds. I have never tried raw asparagus in a salad before. I can’t wait to get my hands on some local asparagus to try this with.

  3. Nancy says:

    I love combining fruit with salads. This looks so vibrant, fresh and healthy, all things my body is craving after I’ve stuffed it full of rich, fatty, indulgent foods all winter long.

  4. T.R. says:

    That would be my face. Have no idea why, I moved to disqus recently (which has been working rather well) so it’s probably something with that…

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