Gruen FeldtSalat

Green Field Salad

This recipe provides a sparkle with the addition of pomegranate seeds.

Source: Ein New Kochbuch by Marx Rumpolt, a 16th century collection of German recipes

Gruen FeldtSalat

Original Recipes:

Gruen FeldtSalat angemacht/ mit Margeranten Kern bestraewt/ ist schoen vnd zierlich.

Translation: (Translated by M. Grasse)

Green field salad (field greens) prepared / with pomegranate seed sprinkled/ is pretty and decorative.

My Interpretation:

1 lb. Mixed greens 2 Tbsp. fresh pomegranate seeds
¼ cup Olive oil 3 Tbsp. Vinegar
½ tsp. Salt  

Toss salad greens with olive oil and salt. Drizzle in vinegar, then top with pomegrante seeds and serve.

Notes:

  • This recipe did not specify a dressing. Two other green salad recipes I've redacted have a simple dressing of olive oil, vinegar and salt. I choose to use this to dress the greens for this salad.

References:

Rumpolt, Marx. "Ein new Kochbuch", Transliteration by Thomas Gloning, http://www.uni-giessen.de/gloning/kobu.htm

Rumpolt Marx Ein New Kochbuch [Online] // Ein New Kochbuch / ed. Grasse M.. - 2002. - February 5, 2009. - http://clem.mscd.edu/~grasse/GK_Rumpolt1.htm. - This is a translation of the book first published in 1581 by Marx Rumpolt. It has nearly 1000 recipes.

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