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A salad dish is a mix of raw ingredient vegetables such as lettuce, kale or spinach. There are a lot of different types of salads out there. Most of these salads can be categorized into three different subgroups: tossed, composed, and bound.
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Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Kachumber Salad image
K70
Kachumber Salad
Salad dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
A side salad consisting of freshly diced cucumber, carrot, onion & tomatoes garnished with chat masala, green chopped chilli & coriander with a dash of lemon juice.
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Garden Green Salad image
K80
Garden Green Salad
Salad dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
Crispy Iceberg lettuce, sliced cucumbers, diced tomatoes, carrots, and onion rings with choice of salad dressing.
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Greek Salad image
K120
Greek Salad
Salad dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
This is a classic salad of fresh green vegetables. Lettuce, onions, cherry tomatoes, olives with feta cheese, served with a red wine vinaigrette dressing
Royal Dil Restaurant
Royal Dil Restaurant
Fine dining restaurant
Crispy Chicken Salad image
K150
Crispy Chicken Salad
Salad dish
Royal Dil Restaurant
Tasty crispy chicken strips tossed with fresh onions, tomato, capsicum and crip lettuce.

Salad dish

A salad dish is a mix of raw ingredient vegetables such as lettuce, kale or spinach. There are a lot of different types of salads out there. Most of these salads can be categorized into three different subgroups: tossed, composed, and bound.

Tossed salad – they are made by tossing ingredients (and usually dressing) in a haphazard way, so that they end up evenly mixed.

Composed salad – these are well, composed. While the ingredients in a tossed salad are thrown together with dressing, the ingredients in a composed salad are carefully assembled from the ground up with a certain structure in mind.

Bound salad – these are held together with a binding agent like mayonnaise or a thick dressing. They look a bit different than traditional composed or tossed salads, as vegetables aren't a requirement. This is a kind of salad you'll often find at traditional picnics or potlucks.