Dr. Young’s Marinated Cucumber Salad

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Dr. Young’s Marinated Cucumber Salad

Make this delicious marinated cucumber salad recipe and keep it in the refrigerator for days. A great side dish or snack, and remember, you can eat an unlimited amount on our CardioMender, MD Weight Loss program.

Marinated Cucumbers Part of a Healthy Diet

Ingredients:

  • 5 medium cucumbers, peeled
  • 1 large Vidalia onion
  • 2 Tbsp minced garlic
  • ½ tsp MortonTMLite Salt
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 16 oz bottle of apple cider vinegar

Directions:

  • Slice the cucumbers into 1/8 inch-thick disks.
  • Slice the onion into rings as thinly as possible, then cut the rings crossways in half to make
    crescents.
  • Transfer to a frozen large glass mixing bowl.
  • Add the garlic, salt, pepper and olive oil.
  • Add as much vinegar as necessary to almost cover the cucumbers. (Note: This will be quite tart; if you prefer a milder taste, you may wish to dilute the vinegar by half with water before adding to the mixture. However, this will make the cucumbers less crisp.)
  • Mix and adjust salt and pepper to taste.
  • Chill in refrigerator at least 2 hours.

This is a convenient dish to keep in the refrigerator. It keeps for days and I replenish it with cucumbers and onions using the same marinade. I find marinated cucumber salad prepared this way very satisfying for those late night munchies. The vinegar may make you cough a bit but the taste is worth it!

This is a free selection.

Enjoy!

Check out Doc’s many healthy recipes that will help you stay on track, including Dr. Young’s Cream of Cucumber Soup and Doc’s Cucumber Salad.

By |2016-10-19T19:53:43+00:00September 20th, 2016|Diet Recipes, Salads, Side Dishes|

About the Author:

Barry H. Schiff, MD is proud to serve as our weight loss program’s Founder and Medical Director. His interest in weight management evolved from years of observing his patients experience the vicious cycle of recurring health issues which were direct consequences of being overweight, and have not been successfully addressed by the healthcare industry or by dieting.