You won't go hungry with these protein-packed salads, showcasing fresh vegetables and homemade dressings.
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You will really appreciate leftover roast pork in this arranged salad.
Cooked chicken instead of deli meats is a healthy choice for this luncheon salad. Non-meat-eaters can substitute 3/4 cup (175 mL) chickpeas for the chicken.
Apple and cheese don't always mean pie. Here, with spinach, nuts and a zesty dressing, the apple/cheese combo makes a hearty salad. Try Spartan, Northern Spy, Rome Beauty or Winesap for this salad. Cortland apples, if available, are the very best salad apples because they don't discolour.
This salad makes a refreshing change from your daily bread. For a fabulous vegetarian dinner, simply omit the chicken.
Chef Michael Smith is so enthusiastic about this distinctive cooking method that he's featured it in his book Open Kitchen: A Chef's Day at the Inn at Bay Fortune (Callawind Publications, 1998). The piquant vegetables perfectly underscore the rich texture of the salmon.
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