People have been using Tulsi kadhas and tulsi tea as an immune-booster for a long time. But their taste may not be liked by everyone to consume daily. So, a question keeps popping up – how to use Tulsi in ways that are delicious and convenient too?Let's take a quick look on how else you can utilize Tulsi or Holy Basil in a variety of interesting way. I'm very confident that this salad will become your favorite.
Green Salad with Holy Basil and Fresh Veggies
Salads are one of the new things in my life. Variety therefore is the key. If you are looking for a simple quick to make and sumptuous salad, this is the one. Make this delicious salad with basil and fresh vegetables and enjoy. Only one point that you need to keep in mind is that the vegetables need to be very fresh.
Tomatoes (cut in small cubes) - 2 large
Cherry tomatoes – ½ cup
Cucumber (peeled and cut in chunks)- 1 large
Sweet onion (cut in small cubes)- 1 medium
Good Lyfe Project Tulsi SuperLeaf Powder- 1 tablespoon
Red Wine Vinegar or any Vinegar of choice - 2 tablespoon
Virgin Olive Oil – 1 tablespoon
Salt to taste
Crushed black pepper – ¼ teaspoon
Green chillies (cut in small pieces) – 2 (optional)
Take a big bowl and combine all the vegetables.
Add oil, vinegar, salt, tulsi powder, and pepper.
Pro Tip - Add dressing at the time of serving.
Include the flavorful, easy-to-make Ginger Tulsi Masala Chai in your daily routine to reap the benefits of Tulsi. This energising chai satisfies the taste buds whilst still providing natural, holistic wellness.
Consider these nutritious recipes such as these o be magical concoctions that will do wonders for your overall health. Even one helping of salad or soup a day will make you feel and look better.