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Create a virtuous salad with thyme

Roasted chips can be added to a salad for a lighter meal

Chefs can create comforting foods that do not have to be heavy and greasy, which could expand their appeal.

Indeed, John Prescott, associate professor of psychology at Newcastle University in Australia, recently claimed caterers are able to create a range of moods in a meal for diners, adding many opt to create foods that may foster nostalgic feelings in clientele.

Elizabeth Petyon-Jones, author of Eat Yourself Young recommended the use of roasted, rather than deep-fried, chips in a winter salad in an article for the Daily Telegraph.

Preparation involved mixing potatoes and parsnips with a warm vinaigrette of shallots, thyme, salt and pepper.

These ingredients are combined with arugula, frisee, and radicchio, serving with a topping of roast chips, with a side of sausages recommended for those who enjoy a meat option.

The sensation of eating the meal was described as "virtuous", as it boasts a variety of textures and is very colourful.

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