Baby mizuna salad with melon, fresh figs and smoky cashews

August 1, 2013

Baby mizuna salad with melon and fresh figs-smoky cashews

Mizuna is one of my favorite salad greens: the delicate, lacy leaves are not only beautiful; they also have a mild peppery bite that makes them a wonderful substitute for arugula.

Here the dainty Asian greens are dressed in a delectable lime vinaigrette and adorned with sweet melon slices, fresh figs and smoky cashews. It makes for a superb and refreshing salad that’s perfect for the summer and fall season, when melon and figs are at their peak!

Enjoy this bite-sized demo!


Get this recipe, along with step-by-step videos, now! Plus 30 days’ free membership to Food & Style Club, Viviane’s beautiful interactive cookbook. No credit card required.



Already a Club member? Get your recipe here.


Baby mizuna leaves

You might also like to try this lovely mizuna and cucumber salad with red onions, feta and Champagne vinaigrette

Disclaimer: As always, my point of view is my own. I do not accept samples, and have no commercial relationship with any product, food or wine company.

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: