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Tomato, olive and asparagus bean salad

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This vegan-friendly, protein-packed salad contains British asparagus - unbeatable for flavour and freshness.

Nutritional information

Each 234g serving contains (excludes serving suggestion):

Kcal: 140, Carbs: 14.3g, Protein: 6.6g, Fat: 4.8g, Saturates: 0.8g, Sugars: 4.1g, Salt: 0.6g, Portions of fruit and veg: 2

Chef's tips

  • If you don't like olives, use thinly-sliced sundried tomatoes instead.
  • This makes a perfect accompaniment to fresh tuna or salmon.
  • Add in some nuts for added crunch, if desired. You can also try experimenting with different types of bean or grain.

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