Low-Carb Vegetarian Shares UnPotato Salad Recipe

Filed under: Low-carb Recipes — @ March 10, 2006

Although being on the low-carb lifestyle AND being a vegetarian sounds like an oxymoron, I have found there are MANY low-carb vegetarians out there who absolutely love and adore this way of eating, but just don’t eat meat.

One such person is Sheryl Du Somme who is quite the cook when she gets in the kitchen and proudly proclaims her devotion to low-carb living.

bq. I am an avid low carber who does not buy into the low fat mantra. I eat a lot of healthy low starch veggies, fruits, dairy, butter and other healthy fats, nuts, etc. I use a lot of low carb protein sources such as tofu, some beans, and low carb meat substitutes (like Morningstar Farms), etc. I love to bake and come up with all sorts of low carb goodies.

Sheryl was nice enough to offer this delicious low-carb recipe for you to make and enjoy if you are a fan of potato salad but don’t want the spuds! Eat up!


2 16 oz bags frozen cauliflower
1/3 cup water
4 scallions, sliced thin (with tops)
4 stalks celery (leaves and all), sliced thin
1 cup Best Foods (Hellman’s) Mayonaisse
1/4 cup Dijon mustard

Read more about this awesome recipe as well as some recommended low-carb vegetarian reading compliments of Sheryl by clicking here.


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