Crispy, thinly sliced pieces of hearts of romaine lettuce are combined with sprouts, crispy chow mein noodles and green onions and tossed in a light and simple combination of sesame oil and rice vinegar.
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This flavorful chicken salad is loaded with water chestnuts, grapes, melon balls and almonds for a refreshing take on a classic.
This salad combines the roasted vegetables (that I love in the chillier months) with a light, yet filling summer salad
Based off of one of my favorite sides – the classic Mexican street food, corn elote - this grain bowl includes quinoa, chicken thighs, arugula, cabbage, corn, queso fresco and roasted red pepper, all tossed with a cilantro-chili dressing.
I like this colorful and juicy salad because the citrus compliments the nutty grains and bitter radicchio.
This salad is my go to weeknight dinner when I’m out all day on a shoot. After a long day it’s easy to throw together, plus the chicken and dressing can be made ahead of time.
This chicken salad is so easy to make in the beginning of the week and portion out for lunch for a few days. There are so many chicken salad recipes out there but I like this one because the mayonnaise and Dijon add creaminess and flavor without overpowering the chicken, while the sliced almonds add a bit of crunch.
I love the cilantro lime dressing in this salad, it is light and pairs perfectly with sweet lettuces such as the butter lettuce, and it can also double as a marinade. It is a perfect way to use any leftover cilantro in the fridge that will otherwise go bad. This salad is one of my favorites to whip together for a quick weeknight salad that is actually filling enough to be a meal.
I feel like I should start by saying that there is bacon in this salad. If that doesn’t draw you in then the mildly bitter leaves of frisée and radicchio offset by the mild flavor of the chard and the sweet and acidic vinaigrette will. It is a beautiful salad that offers an eye-catching mix of colors.