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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Basil Salad Dressing

This simple, make ahead dressing can be used on many types of salads.

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Chicken Salad with Pecans

This salad owes its great flavor to two very different foreign ingredients: sesame oil, available at Oriental specialty stores and spaetzle, teardrop shaped German noodles.

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African Fruit Salad

This salad, or comparable greens and fruit combinations are served in all parts of Africa. The salad is ideal for a group of women on any occasion and men also appreciate it on a hot day. It is e

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Sea Bass and Mango Salad

An interesting combination of sweet and spice, this elegant Thai salad is delightful for romantic dinners or dinner parties.

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Bread Salad with Diced Chicken

A basil vinaigrette drenches this luscious Italian-style salad in garden fresh flavor.

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Probably the most popular salad on any menu, this version has plenty of zing with ...

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This lovely salad of mango and mixed greens, is highlighted by Cajun spiced chicke...

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