Afghan salad is a salad in Afghan cuisine that is prepared with the primary ingredients of diced tomato, cucumber, onion, carrot, cilantro, mint and lemon juice. Salt and pepper may be used to season the dish. Additional ingredients may be used, such as bell peppers, parsley, radish and herbs, among others.
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An Afghan Salad is made of equal quantities of carefully diced crunchy cucumbers, tomatoes, and green peppers in a feathery yogurt dressing, served on three clipped romaine leaves.
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