You can whip up a delicious caprese in 10 minutes or less, and the result is so satisfying and appealing you’ll want to do it again tomorrow.
Crunchy fennel and corn play nicely with arugula, especially with a vinaigrette that sports orange juice, a little cider vinegar and Dijon for punch and some honey to mellow it out.
This is a winning team of ingredients, my friends! The peppery arugula is the perfect foundation for the creamy goat cheese and shrimp, and the balsamic dressing ties it all together like a bow on a birthday present.
Crab Louie is a perfect summer salad, but you don’t have to stop at crab – other seafood like plank-grilled salmon or shrimp are just as good.
The crunch of the broccoli, smooth and earthy taste of the egg, and the tart, silky hollandaise come together beautifully in this salad.
The sweetness of the golden raisins and the balsamic vinegar are a perfect foil for the earthiness of the grilled vegetables and garlic, and the crunch of the romaine alongside the creamy mozzarella pearls provides a nice textural balance. This dish is a easy stunner.
An updated recipe for the traditional steakhouse-style wedge salad, made all the more glorious with a balsamic reduction sauce to complement the blue cheese.
Root vegetables are crunchy superstars when paired with the tangy Balsamic Honey Dijon dressing: a healthy, high-fiber salad.
A super-simple salad dressing with a tangy kick that gets your taste buds to sit up and take notice.
A perky little salad pairs with rich and creamy risotto and caper-studded chicken piccata for a perfect Saturday night family meal, and the Astros won, too!
I tinker with ingredients when I need a quick side and this recipe is one of the results. After tasting it, my Bonus Son said, “Whatever you did to make this salad, you need to write it down. It’s perfect.” Confetti Shells Pasta Salad Cooking Time: About […]
Check out this beautiful chicken salad recipe from the “Leen Cuisine” blog. Leen (the blogger) says: It’s a cool, refreshing take on chicken salad. You can eat it either in a pita, lettuce wrap, plain bread, or a whole wheat bun like I did here. […]
The five basic flavors – bitter, salty, sour, sweet and umami – are highlighted in this Kale and Nut Butter Salad with Pineapple, Almonds and Tomatoes.
It only takes a few minutes to make this lemony, quick avocado salad, which tastes best with artisan olive oil bought from your local farmer’s market. The salad is a perfect side for a Sandwich Wednesday panini.