I Tried Jennifer Aniston’s Favorite Salad – Here’s One

As someone who consumes content regularly, I have to admit that it affects me very quickly many products on the Internet. And when it comes to healthy, nutritious recipes spread across my diet, you bet I’m writing down the ingredients to go to the nearest grocery store. So you should not be surprised that when I found out which Jennifer Aniston salad, it is immediately “I will do this now” situation.

You see, I watch a large number of YouTube videos (anyone else think about Vogue’s celebrity makeup tutorial?) when I saw a video prepared for me named something along the lines of “I ate like those Friend add for a day.” A “what I ate in a day” video paired with an iconic TV show? Fascinating is an understatement. In the video, I watched the creator make this delicious bulgur salad and said and this is the thing Jennifer AnistonCourtney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow eat together for lunch every day and set for 10 age. I’m not sure I’ve ever kept anything that long, so this salad was sure to be good. I wouldn’t turn down an opportunity to try a new recipe—especially one from Jennifer Aniston herself.

While searching the internet for the right recipe, I learned that this salad is not really Friend the actors ate for 10 years (that, it is said, was prescribed by a doctor Avocado salad). This salad, which is now known as which Jennifer Aniston salad, is what she shared when she made it take over for the Lifetime Show in 2015 showing a day in his life, incl his food. However, that didn’t stop me from trying this at home, here you can too.

How to make a Jennifer Aniston salad

Assembling a salad is very easy. I used it This one Recipe and size, but there are many variations online. First, cook your bulgur according to package directions. Bulgur is a whole grain with a texture similar to rice. From personal experience, bulgur can be hard to find in the grocery store, so I think any other grain like quinoa, brown rice, or farro would work just fine. Here. While the bulgur is cooking, chop your red onion, small cucumbers, mint, parsley, and pistachios. Once the bulgur is finished and cooled, it’s just a matter of mixing all the ingredients together, adding chickpeas, feta cheese, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Mix the salad together and there you have it!

My review is as a registered dietitian

When I took my first bite, I really liked it. I would never have thought of pairing pistachios and mint together in a salad, but the two flavors work so well together. The herbs provided a nice crunch, and a simple dressing of lemon juice and olive oil made the salad feel fresh and light. I ended up having seconds and eating a few because it was so good. I know this is not a good salad of the cast Friend ate for 10 years, but that doesn’t mean I won’t eat it every day for lunch.

I first liked making this salad because not only does it look easy, but it’s also filling. plant based right. Beans and bulgur carry fiber, olive oil and pistachios provide heart-healthy fats, and chickpeas make great plant-based protein. In addition, if you want to make it completely vegan, you can leave out the feta or use plant-based cheese instead.

What I love about this salad (besides the fact that Jennifer Aniston eats it) is that it is completely customizable. Although I love everything as it is, I could swap out the bulgur for a different grain, add more spices, or throw in some more veggies. Since it’s easy to make ahead of time, it also makes it look good food preparation dishes to add to your weekly rotation.

Final judgment

It really makes me wonder if the secret of the brilliant success of Jennifer Aniston is good hacks like assembling this salad. Although I don’t think eating this salad every day or even every week will turn me into it, a girl can dream, right? Anyway, I recommend this salad to everyone I know for a simple, nutritious, nutritious recipe.

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