Jess LaceyJess Lacey is an Irish food blogger and soon to… This potato salad’s contrasting flavors, from sharp mustard to sweet honey, make it stand out from the pack of this picnic staple. By Jess Lacey Print Summer Potato Salad This potato salad’s contrasting flavors, from sharp mustard to sweet honey, make it stand out

These salad recipes are mouthwateringly fresh, making them obvious choices for a simple, healthy dinner. Whether you love them for their flavorful dressings or their mix of perfectly complementary ingredients, you’ll surely want to revisit these dinner salad recipes again and again. Recipes like our Eat-the-Rainbow Chopped Salad with Basil & Mozzarella and our Vegetarian

Nutrition information is calculated by a registered dietitian using an ingredient database but should be considered an estimate. * Daily Values (DVs) are the recommended amounts of nutrients to consume each day. Percent Daily Value (%DV) found on nutrition labels tells you how much a serving of a particular food or recipe contributes to each

In our book, the Caesar salad is up there with the salad greats. Creamy yet light with a punch of umami, the flavors of a Caesar salad are altogether distinct and signature. We love incorporating it into other dishes (we’re looking at you, chicken Caesar wraps), but when we’re serving up a steak dinner or

Ingredients:1 small onion , halved and sliced400.0g tin chopped tomatoes400.0g tin chickpeas200.0g small salad potatoes , quartered1.0 tbsp garam masalanaan bread to serve (optional)a thumb-sized piece root ginger , grated100.0g spinach , chopped1.0 tbsp groundnut oil or sunflower oil1 garlic clove , sliced

This panzanella salad recipe from Marc Matsumoto of No Recipes is more than a clever use of old bread and seasonal vegetables. The salt in the dressing draws out juices from the veggies and the crusty bread soaks it up resulting in a magical mouthful. See the full post at the Fresh Tastes Blog. Ingredients10

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Serves 4 Author Notes Inspired by the fresh ( and I mean fresh!, like 20 minutes from shell to bowl) conch salad we had on a caribbean island last week, I combined ceviche and a colorful crunchy pepper trio for this very refreshing appetizer/salad. Served before grilled chicken, it was a fantastic opener for a

Ingredients ¼ cup mayonnaise ¼ cup low-fat plain Greek yogurt ⅛ teaspoon salt 1 large sweet apple, diced 1 cup sliced celery 1 cup halved red grapes ⅓ cup walnut halves, toasted and chopped ⅓ cup dried cranberries Directions Whisk mayonnaise, yogurt and salt in a large bowl. Add apple, celery, grapes, walnuts and cranberries;

Makes about 3/4 cup Author Notes I love tossing this into everything from salad to pasta, especially when the weather is warm. Simple and delicious! —Cristina Sciarra Ingredients 1/2 a large, ripe avocado the juice of 1/2 a lemon 5 tablespoons avocado oil sea salt, black pepper Directions Spoon the ripe avocado into a bowl.

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Photo by James Ransom Serves 4 Author Notes This is a delicious, refreshing salad that can be served as an appetizer alongside some crusty bread, or as an accompaniment to grilled meats. —Lauren Shockey Test Kitchen Notes WHO: Lauren is a NYC-based food writer and a recipe powerhouse from Food52’s early days. WHAT: A make-ahead