Nutritional Profile

The leaves are commonly used for salads. It can also be layered in sandwiches, wraps, spring rolls, and burgers, served with potato salad, mixed into pasta, or used as a garnish or bed for cooked proteins. Also, the leaves can be used as a substitute for baby greens in any recipe.

Applications

Salanova lettuce is best suited for raw applications as their mild flavor and crisp texture are showcased when used fresh. The leaves are commonly used for salads, and many of the varieties can be combined to create custom mixes with dynamic flavors. Salanova lettuce can also be layered in sandwiches, wraps, spring rolls, and burgers, served with potato salad, mixed into pasta, or used as a garnish or bed for cooked proteins. Also, the leaves can be used as a substitute for baby greens in any recipe. Salanova pairs well with Dijon mustard, yogurt, radish, cucumber, mint, bean sprouts, tomatoes, spring onions, red onions, garlic, anchovies, fish, duck breast, prawns, poultry, and new potatoes. The leaves will keep up to five days when stored in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator.

Taste

It has a sweet flavour and crunchy, crisp, succulent leaves.