Lamb’s Lettuce with Smoky Crumbled Tempeh and Sumac Onions

Lamb’s lettuce shows up at exactly the right time of year. This cold weather green has narrow, dark green leaves shaped a bit like a rosette. It is slightly tangy with a nutlike flavor. It matches well with earthy types of food, like mushrooms or tempeh.

I’ve chosen my version of smoky crumbled tempeh for this recipe, which adds a rich depth of flavor and offsets the tangy sumac-cured onions and tangy yogurt dressing. This salad is simple to make, as is the crumble. The combination is fabulous.

Make ahead note – the smoky crumbled tempeh can be made in

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