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Fish and Seafood Salads Recipes

A mixture of leafy greens pairs wonderfully with fresh fish and seafood in salads. Fish like salmon or tuna are popular fish choices, while crab and shrimp add sweet flavor to salads. Creamy or light, fish and seafood salads make a great first course serving, or hearty meal.
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Lentil and Tuna Salad

This simple tuna and lentil salad serves as a light lunch, or potluck offering.

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Hot Tuna Salad

Here is an inexpensive casserole salad the entire family will enjoy on a cool autumn evening.

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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.

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Shoestring Salad

This is a family favorite. Leftovers do not keep well because the shoestrings get soggy, but we never have any leftovers!

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Scandinavian Herring Salad

This traditional Scandinavian salad is colorful, and can be handsomely presented for dinner parties.

Here is an inexpensive casserole salad the entire family will enjoy on a cool autu...

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Salad making doesn't get any easier than this!...

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This simple tuna and lentil salad serves as a light lunch, or potluck offering....

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This easy salad features a variety of shellfish, blended in a creamy cocktail and ...

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This salad looks lovely plated on a bed of leafy lettuce. Garnish each plate with...

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Sweet crabmeat is a delicious complement to crunchy, cool cucumbers. This is the ...

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Summer salads don't have to be boring! This creamy potato salad has been a hit at...

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Red peppers, rice, and green peas join shrimp in a perfect for summertime salad....

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In spring, Roman green grocers sell a pale greenish white vegetable known as punta...

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Two different variations of salad are used to top thin slices of French bread. On...

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