These salad recipes are delicious ways to serve fresh summer produce and healthy meals to serve your family.
You are going to love these salad recipes. A good salad will turn eating your vegetables into something that you look forward to.
Light summery flavors make this salad stand out. It has tomatoes, mandarin orange, asparagus, chicken, and greens with a light lemon tarragon yogurt dressing.
The goal was to combine as many superfoods as possible in one salad. This salad has beets, butternut squash, and spinach along with rice, crispy chicken, and a homemade ranch dressing.
Inspired by a salad my parents would make when I was growing up, this spinach salad has hardboiled egg, thinly sliced mushroom, tomatoes, bacon, chicken and blue cheese.
Steakhouses always seem to have the best salads. This recipe lets you make a steakhouse-style salad at home. Sometimes I add some slices of steak to the salad to turn it into a complete meal.
One of Chicago's chicest restaurants serves this chopped salad with chicken, bacon, bell pepper, beets, cucumber, and cheddar. It's easy to make at home, and it can be meal prepped.
When I went to Serbia I are this salad almost every day. It's made with cucumbers, tomatoes, bell pepper, and feta. It's a nice light lunch or side dish.
Shaved brussels sprouts are a heartier alternative to lettuce. This salad combines them with cranberries, walnuts, bacon, parmesan, and a mustard dressing.
This salad has ranch flavored chicken, rice, black beans, avocado, corn, carrot, and tomatoes and is topped with my poblano cream sauce.
This salad works well as a side dish; it was part of last year's Thanksgiving menu. It has grilled corn, sugar snap peas, and caramelized shallots with a citrus yogurt dressing.
Charles and I had a salad just like this when we went to Provence. The fried and breaded goat cheese and slices of steak make this a complete meal.
My sister's favorite salad is made with shaved brussels sprouts, chopped apple, and a ginger yogurt dressing. I like to add crispy prosciutto too!
Roasted sweet potato, balsamic chicken, dried cranberries, and goat cheese atop spinach make up this dinnertime salad.
Shaved brussels sprouts get mixed up with roasted butternut squash, crispy bacon, and cheddar cheese. It's topped with a quick homemade lemon mustard dressing, and if you want to, add an egg. It's so good!
This salad is all about Italian flavors. It has spinach, roasted tomatoes, pesto, and parmesan.
Greens get topped with ranch seasoned chicken, slices of avocado, tomatoes, corn, bacon, and cheddar to make this salad.
To make this salad you start with a store-bought bag of Caesar Salad. Then you blend avocado into the dressing and top the greens with chicken, tomatoes, and parmesan. It turns the salad into a meal.
In just in case you need dressings to pair with those salads: After years of buying salad dressing, I have gotten into making my own homemade dressings. They really do taste so much better when they are homemade. Here are my two favorite salad dressing recipes, they make these salads even more amazing: