Alkaline Diet Recipe #84: Mixed Chick Pea Salad With Avocado and Lemon Dressing


Chick pea salad with avocado dressingThis is a very colourful and crunchy salad, as it uses a myriad of alkalising ingredients like chick peas, spinach, tomatoes, asparagus, pepper and avocado!

Chick peas not only have an alkalising effect on the body, but are also a very good source of zinc, folate, vitamin B and A, iron and protein.

The dressing is very unusual as it is made out of avocados, which are high in the essential fatty acids and therefore very alkalising.

I hope you enjoy this ultra healthy salad as much as I do!

Mixed Chick Pea Salad With Avocado and Lemon Dressing

Serves 2


Approx 400g fresh chickpeas as per instructions
1 big bag of fresh spinach leaves
3 tomatoes
100 g green asparagus
1 red or green pepper
2 spring onions

Ingredients for the avocado dressing

1 avocado
Juice of one lemon
Cold-pressed olive oil or Udo’s Choice Ultimate Oil Blend
Celtic sea salt or himalayan crystal salt


Start by very lightly steaming the asparagus.

Cut up all ingredients, apart from the avocado, into small pieces, put them into a salad bowl and mix everything together.

Peel the avocado and cut into small pieces. Add the avocado pieces together with the lemon juice and a little bit of oil into a mixer. Briefly mix the ingredients until you get a slightly thick dressing.

Add the avocado salad dressing together with a pinch of salt over the salad and mix everything together.

Enjoy this delicious alkaline salad!

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  1. Rick Reply

    Also, for the past two days I have been trying only alkaline foods …
    hence my question.

  2. Rick Reply

    With the various sites and charts several items come up as both acidic and as alkaline . . . i.e. Chick Peas/Garbonzo
    So, given the differences of opinion, is there a “correct” chart available?
    I am trying to combat a bad case of acid due to Benicar, amoxicyline and food intake. The doc gave a Rx but it did’nt help, so now I am trying on my own. I have tried Baking Soda, anacids, lemon/lime water, but the burn in my throat continues.