You won't believe how easy these salad recipes are, and the homemade dressings will have you craving salad every day.
This dressing can be made ahead and refrigerated. Just give it a good whisk to re-emulsify before serving.
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A colourful array of vegetables makes this salad a must for summer barbecues and picnics.
Bring large saucepan of salted water to boil. Add wheat berries; cover and simmer over medium-low heat until tender, 45 to 60 minutes. Drain and trans...
In large bowl, toss together mixed greens, cauliflower, cabbage, Cheddar cheese, cucumber, fennel and apple.
Parsley Lemon Dressing: In small bowl, ...
Instead of packaged salad greens, make your own mix of mâche or baby spinach, frisée, Boston lettuce and arugula.
Curried Yogurt Dressing: In small saucepan, melt butter over medium-low heat; stir in onion and cook until dark golden, about 4 minutes.
Stir in gar...
Bright citrus cuts the richness of lobster in this colourful salad.
This colourful and fresh lunch or supper salad pleases vegetarians and meat eaters alike. A sweet peanut dressing with a wisp of chili heat lightly coats a platter of crunchy vegetables and crispy tofu.
This salad is an excellent first course for spring entertaining or for lunch with soup and bread.
Peel off 18 outer leaves from endives. Cut each tomato into 6 wedges. Arrange 3 leaves and 6 wedges on each of 6 plates.
In large bowl, whisk togeth...
Cut eggplants into 1-inch (2.5 cm) chunks. Remove stems from mushrooms and, using spoon, gently scrape out dark gills; cut into quarters. Quarter toma...
The richness of the bacon and egg yolks cuts the bitterness of dandelion greens in this French bistro spring classic.
This salad is attractive with its two shades of green and colourful add-ins. Enjoy it
as a refreshing course on its own after the soup.
Classic and colourful, this is a striking salad both in looks and flavour.
These fish fillets are roasted on a bed of sliced onions and dressed with a sweet, tangy red pepper dressing.
Bright, fresh and prettily cupped on a platter, this appetizer is guaranteed to please both in looks and taste.
Here's a bright, crisp salad tossed with a sassy dressing that's perfect to serve with grilled beef or pork.
A light dressing coats the greens and accents the raspberries and pine nuts.
Bone-shaped croutons are a fun way to scare up conversation, but any spooky shape will do.
Great for packing, and bursting with flavour, this salad can be doubled for a larger crowd and makes a tasty summer sandwich spooned into lettuce-lined pita breads.
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