It’s summer time, and that always makes me think of tomatoes and cucumbers (and all the other wonderfully delicious seasonal fruits and vegetables). And in the spirit of summer, I created a quick and easy katchumber to make use of the season’s abundance.
Usually when I make this salad, I use tomatoes, but I wanted to create something that those following the Autoimmune Protocol (find out what that is all about here and here) would be able to enjoy. Really, you can make a katchumber from any number of raw or blanched vegetables–the possibilities are endless!
My katchumber recipe is over on ThePaleoMom.com! Here’s an excerpt:
A raw Indian salad made from tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions, and dressed simply with lemon juice and salt is called katchumber. Many Indian vegetable dishes are cooked, but a simple salad made with chopped raw vegetables is a light, refreshing alternative. My husband’s family often makes this to accompany a heavy meat dish like lamb curry or as a side salad during the warm summer months. Read more and get the recipe…