Cucumber onion vinegar salad is a light, refreshing summer side dish. This salad is one of my favorite ways to incorporate vegetables as a healthy crunchy snack with fresh farmer’s market cucumbers.
Anyone else get bored of the same veggie snacks? Add a little vinegar and dill, and voila you’ve got a jazzed up healthy snack without having to overdo it with the ranch dip. If you have cucumbers and zucchinis give this cucumber onion vinegar salad recipe a try.
Fresh dill has been one of my newest discoveries at the market. There is so much you can do with fresh herbs.
Cucumber Onion Vinegar Salad Nutrition Info:
Cucumber: Cucumber is actually a fruit. It’s hydrating, packed with soluble fiber, and contains vitamins and minerals. It’s refreshing and a great vegetable to include in your diet.
Zucchini: Zucchini contains antioxidants and also rich in soluble fiber and water. It contains potassium and vitamin A.
Dill: Fresh dill is low in calories, yet a good source of many essential nutrients, including vitamin C, magnesium, and vitamin A. It’s often paired with salmon, potatoes, cucumbers, and yogurt sauces.
Vinegar: The acidity or sourness of vinegar brightens the flavor of food and adds balance to a rich dish. There are several types of vinegars available. Specialty vinegars may have added herbs like basil, clove, or cinnamon, or are sweetened with fruit juices.
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