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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Chili's Grilled Caribbean Salad (Copy Cat)

Chili's large menu reflects the current trends in food, and salads are some of the best-selling items. These days the Grilled Caribbean Salad with the tasty honey lime dressing is the salad of cho

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Peaches and Cream Salad

This cool and sweet peach salad adds a nice touch to summer parties. Light and refreshing, with just a bit of crunch from the walnuts.

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Easy Chicken Pasta Salad

An easy and very tasty salad. Turkey or ham can be used instead of chicken.

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Marinated Cucumber Salad

If fresh dill is unavailable, dried dill will do (1 teaspoon), but allow the salad to marinate for a day before serving.

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Layered Chicken and Sprout Salad

This make ahead salad is always a hit at parties and potlucks.

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