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Part green salad, part antipasto salad, this recipe combines lettuce, celery, onion, peperoncini, olives and cherry tomatoes—all tossed in a dressing made with olive oil, vinegar. 9 of 16. While some fall in the category of vegetarian dinner ideas, such as the farro and acorn squash salad or the huevos rancheros salad, many have meat or fish as the main protein so you can still get your carnivorous fix. Look to the steak and potato salad or the grilled pork spinach and barley salad.

Grilled Hearts of Romaine. 30. Mediterranean Zucchini and Chickpea Salad. 87. Rachel’s Cranberry Chicken Salad.

170. Deviled Ham Spread. 6. Summer Salad with Grilled Corn. Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps with Grapes and Pecans Chicken salad all grown up looks gooood. Make it the night before to pull it together for dinner even faster.

Get the recipe from Delish. Good salads are much more than iceberg lettuce, chopped veggies, and a sprinkle of a basic vinaigrette. Salads are a great way to pack in plenty of produce, load on lots of flavor, and feel seriously full once you’re finished.

These healthy lunch and dinner salads rely on hearty grains, lean protein, and immensely flavorful dressings. Grilled Apple Tossed Salad. The grilled apples in this salad combine so well with the blue cheese, walnuts and balsamic dressing.

I like to serve it on pink Depression glass dessert plates from my great-grandmother. —Paul Soska, Toledo, Ohio. Spinach Salad with Rhubarb Dressing. Spinach salad is excellent with this tangy topping, which really perks it up. A friend shared a similar salad dressing recipe with me and I modified it a bit. The rhubarb adds rosy color and mouthwatering flavor.—Twila Mitchell, Lindsborg, Kansas.

Romaine, baby spinach, arugula, and butter lettuce are just a few of the many greens available all year round, which means you can have a fresh, satisfying salad for dinner during any season. We do have salad recipes specifically for winter, though. Directions In a large bowl toss together the arugula and kale.

In a small container or bowl combine the olive oil, red wine Place the butter lettuce in a large bowl. In a small container or bowl, combine the rice vinegar, lemon juice, olive Slice the. If you’re looking for some dinner salad ideas that will leave you feeling satisfied and full, look to the grilled chicken mango salad, pesto chicken Caprese salad, or the cucumber-salmon panzanella for dishes that are protein-packed.

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To prepare the salad: To prepare the salad: Combine the spinach, mushrooms, and warm vinaigrette in a mixing bowl, season with flaked sea salt and pepper, and toss to coat the spinach evenly.

“Crossroads: Extraordinary Recipes from the Restaurant That Is Reinventing Vegan Cuisine” by Tal Ronnen, Scot Jones, Serafina Magnussen
from Crossroads: Extraordinary Recipes from the Restaurant That Is Reinventing Vegan Cuisine
by Tal Ronnen, Scot Jones, Serafina Magnussen
Artisan, 2015

Top each serving with some of the salad.

“SOUL: A Chef's Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes” by Richards, Todd
from SOUL: A Chef’s Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes
by Richards, Todd
Oxmoor House, Incorporated, 2018

Build each salad by tossing 8 cups of spinach with ¼ cup diced tomato, ¼ cup red onion, 2 tablespoons roasted bell pepper, 2 tablespoons toasted almonds, and 3 to 4 tablespoons vinaigrette.

“Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3: The Secret Formulas for Duplicating Your Favorite Restaurant Dishes at Home” by Todd Wilbur
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Top each salad with beet balls (3 to 4 per salad is a good start; you can always add more if you’re still hungry) and a generous portion of roasted potatoes.

“Salad Samurai: 100 Cutting-Edge, Ultra-Hearty, Easy-to-Make Salads You Don't Have to Be Vegan to Love” by Terry Hope Romero
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by Terry Hope Romero
Hachette Books, 2014

For this salad, use two to three chopped, hard-boiled, pastured eggs, a half to a whole avocado, two to three strips cooked and crumbled bacon (organic and pastured), one small tomato, one scallion, a half tablespoon diced almonds or walnuts, half a red onion, and romaine or butter leaf lettuce.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
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Two of my favorite salads come together in this flavorful dinner salad.

“Easy Keto Dinners: Flavorful Low-Carb Meals For Any Night of the Week” by Carolyn Ketchum
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3 Top the salad with the mesclun greens, radicchio, and avocado.

“The Fighter's Kitchen: 100 Muscle-Building, Fat Burning Recipes, with meal Plans to Sculpt Your Warrior Body” by Chris Algieri
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Toss the cooled lentils with the radicchio, cucumbers, feta, parsley, preserved lemon, and ¼ cup of the dressing.

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Single-serve salad: To prepare a single serving of salad, toss 2 cups of leafy greens with ½ cup chopped broccoli, 2 tablespoons toasted walnuts, and some sliced onion.

“Joy's Simple Food Remedies: Tasty Cures for Whatever's Ailing You” by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
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by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
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FOR THE SALAD: Put the celery, radicchio, parsley, and onion (and roasted lemon, if using) into a big bowl and toss.

“Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables” by Joshua McFadden, Martha Holmberg
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by Joshua McFadden, Martha Holmberg
Artisan, 2017

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  • These look so yummy! I don’t know if I missed it or what, but you changed your wedding ring! Is it yellow gold? It looks pretty! Did something happen to your original one or did you just feel like changing it up? Just curious:)

  • What should I substitute the shrimp for sadly I’m allergic to shellfish �� I’m trying to convert into being a vegetation. But I want to start off slowly because I have not ate nearly no fruits or vegetables my whole life, so my taste buds are so used to meat and salty things that I sometimes just gag trying to eat something healthy, not because they taste bad but I think I’m introducing new flavors to my pallet the wrong way…I want to become vegan eventually. Just tryin to change my life style. And I’m here trying to figure it out the first step to a salad ��

  • Thank you, HealthNut! They all look delicious. If you live somewhere where they don’t sell Lighthouse dressings, do you have any suggestions for a healthy-ish caesar dressing?

  • Iceberg is still a lettuce it could be used as a salad mix with everything else. And no salad sucks.salad composed of everything inside of it.Unless it’s just an iceberg lettuce in a bowl with dressings with nothing else then it sucks

  • All of this look amazing �� definitely going to give them a try, just one question. What if I can’t find the anchovy paste where I live?

  • Jajajajaa you americans dont know how to make a good salad, is not just put and put berries and green plant, is TO KNOW what is a good mix

  • I made the salad with apple and Gorgonzola and poppy seed dressing last week. It was awesome and very filling… I can’t wait to try the other 2 soon!! Thanks for these great ideas!!!!

  • Where do you get the balsamic reduction dressing? That is the best idea ever. Went to kroger and better health and couldnt find it. ❤���� Well what isle is it in then if its at any grocery store? I looked in the salad dressing isle.

  • Do you use the whole lemon on the southwest salad or just half I couldn’t tell.. and the poppy seed dressing they show on the next one is my favorite dressing in the whole world i eat carrots dipped in it all the time

  • U can also eat cornflakes salad
    chopped cucumber ��
    chopped onion ��
    chopped tomato ��
    -salt to taste
    chat masala
    And u are done ✅

  • Omg I just went to your website and it’s amazing. Thank you so much for sharing all your great recipies with us. Love from Austria ❤

  • I made the second and third ones and they are SOOOO GOOODDDD. Thank you! This will help my weight loss journey. It’s so easy for salads to taste plain and gross but these are yummers!!!!

  • This was EXACTLY the video I was looking for! Thankyou! these are REAL people salads. You saved my week. I’m so tired of the same lettuce-cucumber-tomato salad I eat every single day. God bless you!

  • Fantastic! Salads look enticing, and I love that you showed us how to make 5 salads in 5 minutes. Thank you very much; I will look forward to more videos ;. )

  • I just started to eat vegetables after 15 years. I started with a bowl of iceberg lettuce and carrots. Hopefully I can work my way up to this level soon lol.

  • Hi Carah!! I just recently started trying to cut out meat as much as I can and your videos have been super helpful! I just tried the southwest salad and it was bomb! I also tried the pasta salad yesterday which was great too!! Thank you!! Please make more cooking videos!!

  • I went to the grocery store and got the ingredients for these salads and some of your other recipes in other videos. I just made the Gorgonzola apple salad and my husband loved it, we can’t wait to try the others. Thank you!

  • I made the Gorgonzola and apple salad for lunch today. It’s awesome �� I used candied pecans and I did all your recommendations including the fini. That stuff is a game changer!!! Thanks for sharing:)

  • thank you so much for posting this, please keep the recipes coming! My husband and I love your Southwest salad and it was also a big hit at a dinner party! can’t wait to try the other salads:)

  • What about removing the skin from carrots; maybe cooking fresh beans since it only takes 25 minutes in a pressure cooker, maybe more natural less can foods.

  • Clean eating and salads have been and are my lifestyle choice with green juice for almost 10years now…love all these options.. please do more cooking videos xxxx

  • Loved the last one! Definitely will give it a try:) I love how you give us options and inspire us to make our own changes according to our own tastes!

  • I didn’t see anything that I’d truly love so I made my own recipe:
    Chickpea,pepper, shredded carrot, paprika olive oil (bake)
    Add to iceberg lettuce,corn and caramelised onions
    Finally add a tiny bit of hummus

  • If you do use iceberg lettuce, I suggest going shredded or finely chopped, it has a way better texture and a huge difference from leaves (I also recommend this for tacos as well).

  • Im sorry but you need a personal shef for these recepies as some one who spends most of my free time in the gym these recepies are a no for me

  • Salad is my FAVOURITE food and I would love to eat all of these! Sign me up for the blue cheese one first! And you know how some people hate cilantro that’s me with parsley. I don’t get how anyone can eat it ��

  • Chickpea salads are quite popular in countries like Pakistan, they’re snacks which are extremely delicious and healthy with a blend of spices and various types of same dish!

  • Yum Yum Yum….can’t wait to make these as I’ve been into kale salads lately. I find that when I add olive oil to kale its softens them just a little and adds a nice flavor…thanks for sharing, will definitely be adding these to my favs list..lol..

  • thanks for the recipe ideas. i tried one & loved it so much. im not trying to become vegan or anything but i hate meat with salads.

  • Hi these look delicious, can’t wait to try them and thank you, thank you, thank you for including the ingredients! I didn’t have to stop and start the video multiple times to write them all down. Great tip to share with others. Thanks again:-)

  • Salads look great. But in most of the videos I’ve seen, the amount of olive oil used to cook (on fire!) Is too high. It is known that olive oil should be used in the kitchen for cold cooking! otherwise in the presence of heat, it becomes extremely unhealthy! and leaving aside this aspect, too much oil! the salad should be a kind of light, not with 999 kilo of oil! just saying……the same thing I noticed when it comes to cheese, chedar, mozarella. I mean, they’re very fat foods. They are tasty and I can not remove them from my own diet, but fat… the bad kind of fat!

  • Lovely salads…. I pack this for lunch every night but by next day lunch time the salad gets very watery…:( don’t know what to do

  • I did what you said to do at 1:07 with pumpkin seeds, but it seems that 10 minutes at 190 C is too much. I now have a half a cup of coal. Its not tasty:/

  • I am making this for dinner tonight and for work tomorrow, along with some cilantro lime shrimp lettuce wraps. Thanks for sharing.


    Here are my fav salads:

    1. Strawberry spinach salad
    -sliced strawberries
    -sliced toasted almonds
    -2tsp balsamic vinegar
    -1tbsp maple syrup
    -1tbsp olive oil
    I sometimes add blueberries to this one too.

    2. Roasted sweet potato salad
    -roasted cubed sweet potato tossed in olive oil, salt and a bit of cinnamon
    -spinach or lettuce
    -toasted walnuts or pecans
    -pomegranate seeds
    -chopped basil
    -1tbsp olive oil
    -salt & pepper to taste
    You could add crumbles goat cheese to this.

    2. Broccoli or kale salad
    -broccoli or kale (or both)
    -sliced almonds
    -dried cranberries
    -diced red onion
    -3 tbsp mayo
    -2tbsp white vinegar
    -1 1/2 tbsp sugar
    -salt & pepper to taste
    If you use broccoli, this salad won’t wilt, even when converted in dressing!

    4. Mandarin salad (very similar to her asian salad)
    -purple cabbage
    -sugar snap peas
    -grated carrot
    -chow mein salad noodles
    -cashews or peanuts
    -1 strained can of mandarin slices or 1-2 fresh mandarins
    -1 1/2 tbsp olive oil
    -1/2tsp sesame oil
    -1 lime, juiced
    -1 grated garlic clove
    -1/2 inch grated ginger
    -salt & pepper to taste
    Sweet and sour and just delicious!

    These are my go-to salads.

  • I just subscribed to your channel and feel the need to watch all your videos right now. The three options look delicious, tough option number two is my favorite.

  • I like to put only a handful of iceberg lettuce in my salads and then add spinach and arugula. If i go to a restaurant and get a side salad i would be very disappointed if its mainly iceberg lettuce bc it shows a lack of care

  • I seriously cannot get on board with fruit in a lettuce salad. Ive tried it so.many times and I just hate it. Also balsamic.. That stuff is so gross! I want to like it lmao but i just don’t.

  • Just want to say that there’s nothing wrong with eating a big quantity of salad. According to Dr. Eric Berg we should be eating 7-10 cups of vegetables per day and eating a big salad like that is one of the best ways of getting in the vegetables. I also don’t trust most dietitians now days. Most of them go back a diet based on what the government says. But my personal opinions aside, all these recipes look so good! Thank you.

  • The salad that I recommend is: Mixed greens, grilled chicken, bacon, cucumbers, tomatoes, cheddar cheese, croutons, and grapes. if you want a little sweetness added to your salad.

  • Why does everything healthy I look for has avocado in it? I don’t have avocado where I live. Even if I find it, it would cost me fortune.

  • Ah, opening up the pores to cool the body, if you’re in an arid area, where sweat readily evaporates, it works. But it is the evaporation of sweat that creates cooling. Just like alcohol feels cold, it’s its’ evaporation.
    Where in humid areas, sweat doesn’t evaporate, so you get soaked with sweat which holds the heat.
    But don’t eat foods thatll draw water, like pasta. Eat light. As any food does draw fluid to the gut for Digestion. So, you would want to eat wet foods like fruit.
    I know this as fact, as I learned it and lived it. That’s called experience.

  • I just added your website to my favorites bar for easy access. This is a really great site and commend you on all the hard work you have put into it. Congrats on the new addition to your family!

  • Thanks for sharing.

    One question: When you are finished making the salad can it be put in the fridge for later or is it best to eat immediately?


  • Youve been reading my mind! Just last week I was thinking “I need to meal plan some fun new autumn salads!” I hadn’t found anything on Pinterest I particularly loved but these look SO GOOD! Especially 2 & 3��

  • These look really delicious! Adding this to my food playlist:)
    Also, just a comment about the editingsometimes I feel the b-roll clips showing the food move over a little too fast… a nice slow pan gives me more time to appreciate your plating skills!

  • I love all your recipes and can’t wait to try it next meal hahaha, and the ice cream was amazing I made the strawberry one. thanx

  • Check out my eggplant/tomatoe salad:)
    it’s called “Zaâlouk” and it’s a Moroccan recipe

  • Please post your Facebook videos to you tube! I do not do fb, Instagram or Twitter, so I must watch you on my daughter’s account. Our family enjoys your recipes ��

  • I never comment on videos but I needed to ask. I love the site and have recently started a life change of budgeting and getting healthy. I was wandering if in the future the site would be expanded into an app? I think that would be awesome and help out the people always on the go and who don’t have excess to a printer. I’m sil learning the ins and outs of the website but I LOVE it so far! You are so awesome!

  • this is my first week using the healthy meal plans website and I really enjoy it a lot. I got my man happy with a glutenfree vegan veggie-loaded meal today and he didn’t even notice. Meal planning has never been so much fun!

  • Everything was good until she put sugar and salt, both refined. Instead could of put pure honey or Himalayan salt. Please keep it natural and healty. Abit of dill would of been good also. The rest is good.

  • Those were fantastic! I would have to use something to replace all of that very fattening olive oil, but otherwise great and looks so good.

  • I follow many Youtube channels and this is the first time ever I leave a comment, but I have to say well done with the website, I can tell all the love and hard work.

  • You’ve done it again, Sara. I despise kale and I tried the harvest crunch salad and it was great! As per usual you always make great food! Keep up the great work!

  • You are such a great cook. Wow! Thanks so much for taking the time out to share your recipes. Your so smart, & make me hungery. When ever I am looking for a new recipe you have it. Thanks again..

  • I checked out the new website and was immediately hooked! Setting up meal plans and printing/emailing a grocery list is so simple. And free! ❤️

  • These look soooo good! I have been looking for recipe’s for salads… these are perfect.
    A really good salad I discovered is a romain, pear, pecan and goat cheese salad with poppy seed dressing. Really good!

  • I have a hate-hate relationship with kale but I’m going to trust you and give these salads a try. I really want to love them, because ignoring the kale they look super interesting and tasty:)

  • Love your website and this video except for the title of the “Detox Salad”. Just sounds so gimmicky and ridiculous. Wish 2019 was the year of people finding balance in their diet and stopping the whole concept of cleansing and detoxing.

  • Protein is the single most important nutrient for weight loss. This is because the body uses more calories to metabolize protein, compared to fat or carbs. You can ask for free on our page @missbellydietexpert FB Page or Download the app https://land.ly/medicalwale

  • Your website looks fantastic and I’ve e already suggested a couple of my personal training clients check it out. Will it remain a free service or this an introductory offer? Enjoy your expanded family…..and an exciting and BUSY 2019!!

  • Hi sara.. my name is louise and I live in England..I’ve been on your website and found some totally brilliant recipes.. I’m going shopping to get the ingredients this morning.. thanks for your hard work in making the website so easy to understand.. love and hugs from Louise…Xxx Xxx ��������������������

  • When are you due?! Please let us know! I’m so happy for you, yet sad because I know it will take a bit of time to come back with more videos, which I look forward too! ❤️��

  • I have Hashimotos Disease, so raw kale is not an option, but I will switch the kale out for romaine lettuce. The detox salad looks amazing.

  • Hello.. Thanks for this new recipe. I’d like to share my fruit recipe too here is the link guys. Thank you https://youtu.be/H43GocDvOjQ

  • I don’t like blue cheese but can you eat goat cheese while pregnant? I know I should not have soft cheese like Brie and Camembert but I know goat cheese is one of the softer cheeses. To be honest a lot of the do not eat list is confusing me. I am scared of everything.

  • Hi Carah thank you so much for the information.
    Just wondering how you store your salads before making them. I’ve read so much about so many different ways.
    Also say if you prep your salad the night before will tomatoes and cucumber make it doggy. So perhaps I should put them in just before eating.
    Also I’ve read some people put Fritos in. Are they different that tortilla chips or Doritos? Thanking you in advance.
    Kindest regards

  • Please do more cooking videos. I feel like you don’t make complicated recipes and your food is usually quicker to make which is perfect for a lazy cook like me.

  • If wanted to up the protein content you could grill chicken and put that on top of the harvest salad and eat it as a dinner salad.

  • This channel and others like it inspired me to start my own YouTube on the Raw Vegan Lifestyle. It’s called “A Salad Everyday”. Check it out and let me know what you think: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3RGOpFvwTn6kLmnYMCKpVg

  • I’m totally gonna try out the second version. I’m gonna use watermelon, pineapple, and papaya. I’m also gonna try out watermelon ice cream recipe this weekend!!

  • Me, so super bored in quarantine (lockdown)
    ME: oh this vid looks nice, might try it out.

    Goes downstairs to the kitchen to make it.

    Sees Nutella and ice cream in the process.

    You know what happened next!

  • Hey Guys, I made a video with Fruit Salad Recipe which we follow usually in Pakistan. Please give it a view, if you like it please try the recipe. I am sure you people are going to enjoy it. Thankyou in anticipation. Link to my video is as follows,

  • Can you please make a follow up video to this with more salad recipes? They are kind of hard to find, every salad recipe I find is for the basic stuff like cesar, greek, kale or chopped salads. The gorgonzola salad helped me lose weight!

  • I got some dried fruits from Auguson Farms, where I plan to make a fruit salad. But. After rehydrating it, I plan to mix it in vanilla pudding, heavy on the fruit.

  • No yogurt, mint, honeydew, candeloup, cucumber, hot pepper, lime juice, cheese, basil, black berry, raspberry, lemon juice for me in my fruit salad

  • hello sweetie! I love your healthy recipes,love your style and your lovely smile. your cook is excellent and I always taste your salads because I’m vegeterian.
    greetings from Greece

  • Hi Dani! I just made the berry and peach salad for our Memorial Day cookout. I hope my family enjoys it; it’s so colorful! Fingers crossed! Thanks for sharing it ��

  • Since I am having a party this News Year’s day I decided to make all your delicious desserts, as it looks good, healthy and it will be simply delicious. Personally, I would prefer the last dessert on your show! Great! Thanks.

  • hi…..I’m Millicent. I absolutely love love love your channel. you have changed my life with healthy recipes��I wish I could send you a picture but I don’t know how��

  • Many thanks again for such a great summer salad. Have tried the first recipe today and its really delicious. Keep up the good work. It’s hard not to love eating healthy with all your easy to made recipe. Thanks Dani. ��