If you are looking for simple ways to eat healthier and get better nutrients and products into your bodies, then it is time to check "Your Grocery List."
This morning on Good Morning Maryland @ 9, Megan talked with Wegman's nutritionalist Krystal Register about one of those key items to get into your body: antioxidants. They also discussed how simple it is to do and some of the tasty ways you can enjoy healthier foods and drinks this holiday season.
Clementine Pomegranate Salad
8 Clementine oranges, divided
½ cup pomegranate seeds (1 medium pomegranate)
¼ cup extra-virgin Tuscan-style olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
10 ounces Spring Mix salad greens
Fleur de Sel
Peel and section 4 Clementines, removing as much of the white membrane beneath the skin as possible. Set aside.
Cut pomegranate in half. Submerge in a large bowl of water (to prevent splattering). Remove seeds from pomegranate. Rinse seeds, removing membranes. Set seeds aside.
Make vinaigrette by juicing the remaining 4 Clementines in a bowl. Add olive oil and whisk to blend well. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Toss spring greens with vinaigrette. Arrange on a serving platter. Top with Clementine segments and pomegranate seeds. Sprinkle with Fleur de Sel.
Recipe courtesy of Wegmans Food Markets.
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