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Wild rice salad with dressing of loquats, strawberries & Royal Olive Oil

pastel-de-arroz-salvaje-royal-castillo-de-canena-aceite-de-olivaDressing:  4 loquats,  4 strawberries ,  ½ red onion, 8 chillies, 50 cc . Royal Olive Oil Castillo de Canena, 1 lemon juice, salt

– Chop  loquats, strawberries, onions and chillies in small pieces. Save in a bowl.

– Add salt, Royal EVOO and lemon.  Move all together and let it marinate in the fridge for a while.

Rice: 200 gr. wild rice, half a lemon, 2 cardamom pods, 1 bay leaf,  ¼ onion

– Wash the rice with cold water

– Place it in a saucepan, and cook it with a pinch of salt, onion, bay leaf, two slices of lemon and cardamom

– Once cooked, remove and cool it.

To finish : 100 gr. tuna in oil, 1 tomato, 1 sprig lemon verbena,  few leaves of arugula, salt, pinch of sugar, Royal Olive Oil Castillo de Canena

– Drain tuna completly

– Peel and chop tomatoes very small, add a pinch of sugar and salt and a some Royal EVOO. Let stand. Before serving,  put it in a colander to drain all the juice.

Assemble:

– Mix all ingredients in a bowl. At serving time, add a drizzle of Royal Olive Oil.

– Decorate with strawberries, loquats, arugula and lemon verbena.

–  You can put the rest of  dressing in a bowl separately.

Concha Bernad, author of this successful recipe for spring or summer, also suggests assembling this salad as a real cake in her blog “Cocina y Aficiones”! Check it out: http://www.cocinayaficiones.com/2014/05/arroz-salvaje-vinagreta-nisperos-fresas-receta-paso-a-paso/

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