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Pack this simple but flavorful salad in a glass jar for an unforgettable presentation.

Nothing attracts lunch envy like a glass jar of something colorful and healthy or a beautifully balanced salad. Take your lovely lunch along wherever you go with The Portable Feast, the newest recipe collection from food writer and recipe developer Jeanne Kelley. 

I like to pack this salad in a jar, and later eat it on a plate with a pool of cool, garlicky yogurt alongside. Sumac, a spice popular throughout the Middle East, is ground from red sumac berries and adds a fruity, tart, and tannic flavor to the salad. I pack the spice in a little shaker — it can be used as a bright burst of flavor on eggs, salads, and meat.

Salad can be prepared ahead. Keep at cool room temperature for up to 6 hours or refrigerate for up to 2 days.

Garlic yogurt can be made ahead and refrigerated up to 2 days.

Reprinted with permission from The Portable Feast