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Top Rated Nicoise Salad Recipes

I have to admit, I've never been a fan of the original tuna Niçoise salad. I thought it was boring to make and not very exciting to eat. But then I needed a new and creative idea for lobster, and I needed it to be easy for a dinner party, and alas, lobster Niçoise salad was born. I have to say, it's more enjoyable than I thought.
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nicoise salad
The idea here is to serve the individual components on separate platters on a buffet table so guests can build their own salad. We like to use a variety of platters in different shapes and sizes — a white platter for the salmon, a wooden board for the truffled deviled eggs, a tall white compote dish for the tomatoes in olive vinaigrette — to add interest and height to the buffet table. 
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My Father's Daughter
One cold wintry day in London, I was dreaming about salad Niçoise — one of my favorites. It didn’t seem right to be eating something so crispy and chilly in the dead of winter, so I devised this hot version. It’s a one-pan dish and an easy cleanup. Perfect for when you are having friends for Sunday lunch or dinner but you don’t have hours to prep. Click here to see the Gwyneth Makes Pappardelle for Jay-Z and Mario-B story. 
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Niçoise Salad with Grilled Vegetables and Basil-Mustard Vinaigrette
When a salad graduates from an afterthought to a showpiece, chances are you’re talking Salade Niçoise. Packed with flavor, it’s a light but complete meal that also sticks to your ribs. It’s perhaps my favorite dish to have on hot days. Here I take the classic Provençal dish and serve it with grilled vegetables and a basil vinaigrette — all in celebration of summer’s exuberant flavors. On a side note, although my Niçoise is fishless, grilled tuna steak would be a great addition to it. See all tuna recipes.
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Dani Jean
My chef delicately explained that this was a salad to get rid of the leftovers. Cooking and prep times are a guess. I use a basic balsamic vinaigrette to dress this.
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Chef mariajane
Nicoise, a French phrase meaning "as prepared in Nice" typifies the cuisine found in the French Riviera, which is where this salad got it's name!
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Pets'R'us
For a summer lunch or dinner, one of my favorite salads. There is always a debate going on about this salad, what should be in there and what not. I don't use potatoes in mine, but if you like to add them, do so. I have added the sardines because I like them in this salad, but you can leave them out. The dressing can be drizzled over the salad instead of mixing it in, or you can use your own favorite dressing. Serve with some nice bread, and a glass of wine (of course!) Cook time of the beans is not included.
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*Pixie*
Try Broccoli Nicoise Salad from Food.com. - 41041
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Simply Chris
Good version of a Nicoise Salad. Slightly modified version of a recipe found in The Los Angeles Times California Cookbook. This makes a great dinner on a hot summer night.
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luvcook'n
A la nicoise is a French phrase that means "as prepared in Nice", typifying the cuisine found in and around Nice. A nicoise salad typically contains tuna which can be substituted for the chicken in this recipe.
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dianegrapegrower
This is our family’s favorite Nicoise salad. You can substitute canned tuna or grilled chicken for the grilled tuna. Change out the vegetables to suit your taste. The dressing is the best part – flavorful enough to stand up to the potatoes and tuna, without overwhelming the greens. I like to use a mix of lettuces in this salad – for flavor and appearance. Serving size is a generous plateful.
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