This is one of my go-to quick and easy week night dishes. I love it so much that I probably make it once a week. If you would like to make it gluten free then use tamari instead of soy sauce. If you’re peanut sensitive then use almond butter instead of peanut butter. And if you would like to increase the protein in this dish then just add cooked chicken or seafood.
I love this delicious winter salad with pomegranate, orange segments, arugula, and Parmesan cheese. Perfect for every day and elegant enough for holiday meals.
This just might be the perfect dish. It’s beautiful, delicious, healthy and easy to make. Like most good salads, it works well with variations. Try adding a little tuna, or serve it alongside steak or fish. Just be sure to use your best olive oil, and enough salt and pepper. This salad can be made a day ahead. For the best results on the second day, bring it to room temperature before serving and refresh it with a touch of olive oil and a squeeze of lemon.
This dinner salad is loaded with deliciousness and is a nice way to lighten up on all of that holiday eating. If you would like to lighten it up even more, then you may want to use a reduced or fat-free blue cheese dressing.
This tomato salad has classic flavor combinations that you can serve for lunch or dinner. The sharpness of feta, aromatic olive oil, and fresh basil showcase the sweetness of the tomatoes.
Cumin roasted carrots and chickpeas come together as a delicious vegetarian salad that is great on its own or on a sandwich. You can make the dressing ahead of time and store in a jar until you’re ready to add the chickpeas. Leave out the feta if you’d like this salad to be vegan.
This is such a fresh corn salad that it’s a shame that summer isn’t year-round. Fresh corn is best between the months of July and September, making this Grilled Corn Salad an excellent vegetable for summer barbecues. It is also great the next day as well after all of the flavors have had time to settle in.
Yesterday I found beautiful fresh figs at an island farm stand. They are delicious eating on their own, but I also put them in a stunning summer salad.
During the warmer months I like to serve hearty salads for dinner. Chickpeas add a hit of protein to this vegan main dish. You may add crushed pita chips to this recipe if you like.
Mexican Street Corn Salad is an excellent summer side dish. You get the classic flavors of Mexican Street Corn, but served as an easy salad.