Asian Salad

asian salad recipe chef cynthia louise

Asian Salad

I love asia and i love salad. Are ya feelin’ me?

-Chef Cynthia Louise


1 carrot, julienned

1 zucchini, julienned

1 red capsicum, julienned

1 cucumber, sliced finely

1/2 wong bok cabbage, sliced finely

2 spring onions, sliced finely

4 mushrooms, sliced thinly

1 cup of basil leaves, chopped roughly

1 bunch coriander, chopped roughly

2 cups of mung bean shoots

1 tbsp of grated ginger

2 tbsp each of pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds

1/4 cup cashews, chopped roughly


Combine all into a bowl and season with salt and pepper.

Set aside and make dressing.

Ingredients for the dressing

1/teaspoon of cayenne pepper

1 tbsp of coconut oil

1 1/2 tbsp of tamarind pulp

2 tbsp of maple syrup

1/4 cup of water

2 tbsp tamari


Combine all of the dressing ingredients and mix well. Drizzle onto your salad. Enjoy!



Cynthia Louise

“I believe that the mind is the start of optimal health.”
– Chef Cynthia Louise

Chef Cynthia Louise completed her formal culinary training at a leading health retreat on the Gold Coast hinterland.  Since then, she has focused her work on whole foods—food that is grown, harvested, cooked, and eaten as nature intended with low human interference—and how they affect the functioning of all our organs from the inside, out.

She found her calling: to inspire and educate people to create simple dishes that become the building blocks for optimal health. Along the way, Chef Cynthia has worked alongside many health practitioners to assist people dealing with weight loss, allergies and cancer in building a stronger body through the foods they consume.  Her versatility has seen her working along side high performance athletes, professional dancers, models, house wives and personal trainers.

Her true passion lies in the act of helping people create stress-free, simple dishes that taste wonderful but also serve the whole body. Chef Cynthia Louise has excelled in the area of facilitating creativity in the humblest of kitchens around the world.  She offers valuable instruction—not only in how to eat better but also how to shop for and prepare simple meals that offer high substance, without participating in what has become global epidemics due to unhealthy lifestyles and diets.

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