simmer and cook for about 15 minutes, or until the barley is al dente.
In the first of a two-part special, our gardening expert on leaves to see you through the season
Published: 24 Aug 2019
How to grow winter salad
Tomato and white peach sorbet, roast tomatoes and lentils and the ultimate Greek salad – the best ways to enjoy this abundant seasonal ingredient
Published: 24 Jul 2019
20 best tomato recipes: part 3
A fragrant tomato curry, a fresh tricolore salad and the perfect margherita – delicious dishes to tart up your tomatoes
Published: 23 Jul 2019
20 best tomato recipes: part 2
Two herby summer salads: a party of sweetcorn and tomatoes, and a lentil salad that will put a riot of colours on your table
Published: 19 Jul 2019
Anna Jones’ summer salad recipes
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Pronounced ha-kwa-dam, this is a fruit salad, Vietnamese style.This needs to be very fresh, so make it as close to when you want to serve it as possible.
This is good for leftover roast chicken.The rice vermicelli are optional, but make it into a more substantial dish for 6; if you leave them out, the salad will serve 4.
Winter Density is ideal for small spaces.I love a mixture of crisp lettuce, rocket, the sweet anise of chervil, and a little mustard or mizuna.
5 large beetroot
1tbsp Dijon mustard
1tbsp wholegrain mustard
2tbsp thick Greek yogurt
1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed
1/2 lemon, juiced
50ml extra-virgin olive oil
Bunch of dill
Scrub the beetroot with a vegetable brush and remove the stalks.Boil whole in a medium saucepan for 45 minutes to 1 hour (test with a knife to check they are cooked through).
Samphire and tomatoes are, I suppose, where the British summer meets its Mediterranean counterpart.These two ingredients combine really nicely, especially when dressed with plenty of herbs, lemon juice and olive oil.
150g pearled spelt
200g cherries, with stone and stalk
2tbsp olive oil
3tbsp balsamic vinegar
200g baby spinach
100g feta cheese, crumbled
MethodWhen cherries are in season, I love making this salad as much as possible.Leave the stalks on the cherries to signal that the stones are still inside.
400g beetroot, peeled and cut into 1.Mix the beetroot, celeriac and olive oil directly on the paper and season with salt and pepper to taste, using your hands to coat everything well.