Not Greek Salad with sardines and chickpeas

Based on a Greek Salad this has sardines, chickpeas & pepper added to it.  These extra ingredients really help with providing nutrients for the brain.  As I don’t like raw red onion I used spring onion, but pick your preference. No cooking means its super quick to make!

Time : 5 minutes


Noggin Fix

The sardines are packed with over 100%* B-12, 60% Omega 3s, 48% Vitamin D and some B-6 too. The chickpeas contain 28% magnesium and 25% B-6.  For a high vitamin C kick the bell pepper, tomatoes and coriander give over 200% Vitamin C, plus some help from feta cheese that also has 28% B-12 and 20% B-6.  This dish should really help with dizziness, emotional issues, insomnia, fatigue, memory and to some extent confusion and light sensitivity.

* Percentages are of your Recommended Daily Amount

Not Greek salad

Not Greek salad

Serves 4 or 2 giant lunches


1 x Red bell pepper, diced
1 x Spring onion (or red onion), diced
1 tin (400 g) x chickpeas (pre-cooked), drained
1 tin (200 g) x sardines (pre-prepared), roughly chopped
8 x cherry tomatoes, halved
1 tbsp x coriander, chopped
1/2 x cucumber, skinned & diced
100 g x feta cheese, cubed
75 g x olives (green or black as you prefer)


  1. Compile all in a bowl & enjoy!

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