Maple syrup, dried cranberries, and blueberries add sweetness to this romaine-based salad with feta and goat cheese.
Chicken breast cubes, feta cheese, and kalamata olives combine with quinoa in this salad that is equally good warm or cold.
This is hands down the best salad that I’ve ever had. A homemade vinaigrette perfectly accents this simple salad of fresh baby bok choy, green onions, and toasted almonds.
This is an unusual cabbage salad with crunchy ingredients like toasted nuts, sesame seeds and Ramen noodles. It ‘s dressed with sweetened vinegar and oil, tossed and served.
This salad is shaken, not tossed. All the ingredients – arugula, cherry tomatoes, pine nuts, Parmesan cheese and an oil and vinegar dressing – are combined in a plastic bowl with a lid and given a few shakes. Topped with avocado slices, it is very presentable for guests.
Great sauce – curry, mayonnaise, a bit of onion, lemon juice and Worcestershire. Does wonders for the chicken, bacon, celery and grapes. Chill for a bit so the curry will do its stuff. Serves eight.
Although it may sound like an odd combination of foods, at least it did to me at first, it is a tasty and hearty salad. You may want to alter the dressing and onion amounts to your taste.
Crunchy, crumbly bacon, sunflower seeds and beautiful golden raisins, speckle this very green salad and add lots and lots of flavor. The dressing is mayonnaise based, with sugar and red wine vinegar stirred in.
Drench cooked macaroni with your favorite Italian dressing, then let it marinate overnight. The next day, stir in a tasty mix of sour cream, mayonnaise and garlic powder, add crunchy onions and celery, toss in some tuna and chill before serving.
What a wonderful taste surprise, strawberries and spinach! Not to mention poppy seeds. The wonderful taste of strawberries and spinach all come together in this lovely salad dressed with a sweet, poppy seed dressing.