Recipe Directions

stack anyway you like really. make a pattern: mesclun, thin cucumber, olives, tomato, repeat. but always dry ingredients at the bottom and fill the olives in the middle and you get this kick of greekish taste. drizzle everything with avocado oil as finale. season it to your preference.

Ilikenuts's Thoughts

this is a refreshing mediterranean take on the old nut pates. japanese tomatoes are simply the juiciest on earth! although i havent tried heirloom yet. i love taking pictures of produce!

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"to make pretty"---

SO CUTE.

This looks beautiful, I'll have to try it! THank you!

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looks and sounds like a best '...sagna' i came across ~THANK YOU!

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hey guys thanks :) yeah, there arent any properly raw stuff here, singapore is so cooked. i wanna open a temporary mini cafe stand here, over the holidays, open air and eco friendly. i made alota my own recipes but it seems like the "salads" are the most photogenic. hello...presentation! must taste good, of course la!

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Welcome ilikenuts! Nice to have someone from Singapore on this site. Nice looking recipe, funny how many of these 'raw' recipes look a lot like a salad. You need to start a new trend in SG - open a shop on Orchard - la!

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That looks gorgeous thank you for posting it!

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