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High Protein White Bean Salad (10 Min, Vegan)

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Fed up of eating salad but never being satisfied? Feel like you’ve barely eaten anything and your stomach is still growling away?

We’re here to change that with another beefy salad (that doesn’t involve beef).

In fact it doesn’t involve any animal at all – this is a pure vegan meal. It’s tasty and nutrient rich and hits all the right spots.

Thanks to that mix of light, crunchy pepper offset by heavy soft beans and a bit of whole wheat bread you get a meal that fills you up whilst providing you with all the essential amino acids and nutrients in one go.

Health benefits

It’s not always easy to eat vegan and get all the things for your diet (in a tasty way at least) but this recipe has it all.

It’s high in fiber – which protects you against strokes, diabetes and heart disease (Friendly Fiber) and more besides.

It’s packed with vitamins that you normally find in meat and fish (such as B6 – which helps red blood cell growth and can even fight cancer), as well as vitamins A, C, E, and B2.

On top of that you get the essential amino acids – so called because our body can’t produce them.

They’re the building blocks of protein and we’ve gotta get them into our system one way or another. Red meat is normally a good source – but it outweighs the pros with some very serious cons.

Want more? How about magnesium, iron, calcium and over 20 grams of protein? Still not enough?

Fine. Have some kalium and folic acid as well. There. Told you it was good for you 😀

Crazy Quick White Bean Salad
4.71 from 31 votes
High Protein White Bean Salad that’s healthy and vegan. High in fiber, vitamins A, C, E, B2 and B6 as well as iron and calcium. Takes less than 10 minutes.
Cuisine:Vegan
Diet: dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, vegan
Prep Time:10 minutes
Total Time:10 minutes
Servings:2 servings
Calories:362kcal
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Ingredients

Optional:

  • 2 slices wholegrain bread

Instructions

  • Wash the beans and let water drain.
    1.5 cups white beans, cooked
  • Dice onion into small pieces.
    ½ red onion
  • Wash bell pepper, cut into small pieces as well.
    1 red bell pepper
  • Add parsley and cilantro.
    1 small handful parsley, fresh, 1 small handful cilantro/coriander, fresh
  • Cut the dried tomatoes in small strips.
    4 sun-dried tomatoes in oil
  • Throw everything into a big bowl, add the olive oil, lemon juice and finish it off with some salt and pepper.
    1 tbsp olive oil, 1 tbsp lemon juice, Salt and pepper to taste

Optional:

  • Add some toasted wholemeal bread.
    2 slices wholegrain bread
    Crazy Quick White Bean Salad is ready to eat | Hurry The Food Up

NOTES

  • Make-ahead? Yes, prep the night before, it’ll be even more flavorful that way.
  • Please note: The nutritional information does includes wholemeal bread.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Crazy Quick White Bean Salad
Amount per Serving
Calories
362
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
10
g
15
%
Saturated Fat
 
1
g
6
%
Polyunsaturated Fat
 
2
g
Monounsaturated Fat
 
6
g
Sodium
 
156
mg
7
%
Potassium
 
1112
mg
32
%
Carbohydrates
 
54
g
18
%
Fiber
 
12
g
50
%
Sugar
 
6
g
7
%
Protein
 
18
g
36
%
Vitamin A
 
2245
IU
45
%
Vitamin C
 
90
mg
109
%
Calcium
 
184
mg
18
%
Iron
 
6
mg
33
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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25 comments
  1. Can this salad be made in bulk and stored in the fridge for several days? It’d definitely help with my diet

    1. Yes, definitely! I’d say up to 3 days is fine. 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    This is a great recipe, but one whole red onion in this is way too much for my tastebuds. I’ve made it twice so far and I keep using less red onion each time … just my two cents.

    1. You’re right, half an onion should do absolutely fine here! Just updated 🙂
      Thank you Darcie!

  3. 4 stars
    The recipes are great – really enjoying them – just one observation:

    It seems like in the nutrition calcs for this recipe and others where canned ingredients are used (e.g. Spicy Black Bean Soup) that you are using the can weight, not the net (tare) weight of the ingredient, in this case beans.

    A 435g can of beans, drained, has about 240g of beans.

    The only way I can get the numbers to add up to yours are by using the can weight. When I use the actual weight of the ingredient, the macros are significantly less.

    Am I missing something?

    1. Hi Axel, thanks for pointing that out! I’ve updated it now, and it will show the info for 240g beans. Please note the updated calories also includes the bread 🙂

  4. How many servings in recipe?

    1. This is one big serving if you have it as a workout meal, but in general it’s two servings

  5. 4 stars
    made this recipe for a high-fiber vegetarian potluck. There was not a Bean left in my serving dish! Used fresh tomatoes because I didn’t have the other and left out the cilantro. They loved it

    1. Haha cool, Kay! That’s a success story if ever I heard one 🙂

  6. How much protein is actually in this? Description says over 20g but nutrition facts say 9.9g per 2 servings, so about 4.5-5g per one serving. Looks really good just wanna know the correct macro count

    1. Hi Veronica, yes, good catch. I’ve just run through the data again and updated the nutritonal card: the whole recipe is about 23g protein, and each serving is about 11.5g. I hope that helps with your calculations. Yes, I’ll vouch for the taste of this one 😀