Salads Recipes

Salads are a great way to enjoy everything from you garden's bounty, or the fresh catch of the day. Salads can be made light, as in a first course serving, or be made as a complete and hearty meal. Salads comprise all kinds of ingredients and can be wonderfully surprising in flavors.
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Moroccan Carrot and Orange Salad

This traditional salad is just another great way to eat your carrots.

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Cooked Olive Salad

I was given some leftovers from a party held at the Israel Consulate, about five years ago and this olive salad was so fabulous, I asked for the recipe. If you love piquant things, it is easy to p

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Herbed Mixed Bean Salad with Fried Provolone Cheese

A wonderful salad with a side of fried cheese.

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Jicama, Avocado and Bean Salad

Adding the jicama gives this salad a nice twist.

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Salina's Salad Nicoise

Made with the freshest ingredients, this classic French salad makes a simple yet unbeatable summer
dish. Serve with chilled white wine for a refreshing treat.

This salad stays fresh for several days. Leftovers make good pita pocket sandwich...

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I was at an Italian restaurant where many of the daily specials featured "S-D-T." ...

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The true bulgur salad known as tabbouleh comes from Lebanon and contains finely ch...

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I use homemade sofrito, but you can buy it prepared in the supermarket. Look for ...

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Bulgur wheat varies in coarseness. The larger the grain, the longer it needs to s...

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Tender lettuce leaves and a buttery avocado decorated with delicate edible flowers...

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I came up with this particular combination of ingredients by happy accident. I wa...

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In southern Arizona the prickly pear cactus is almost as common as dandelions, and...

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Nopalitos are the fleshy paddles ofa young prickly pear cactus. Popular in northe...

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Creamy and light, this dressing is hard to beat. It can be ready in moments, but ...

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