Top Rated Apple Salad Recipes

Chicken and Granny Smith Apple Salad
What makes a good salad? When discussing this with my sister the other night, we decided that one aspect of a great salad was the consistency of the size and shape of the ingredients. For instance, if we were going to cube the apples, then we should also cube the chunks of chicken and cheese as well as dice the onion. The beauty of a salad like this (similar to the benefits of a chopped salad) is that you can get some of everything in each bite.  While I made this with mixed greens, I think it would also go fantastically over crisp Romaine lettuce chopped into small pieces.  Click here to see the 8 Ways to Use Apples Other Than Pie story. 
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Afternoon snacks don’t have to come from the office vending machine. Stir up this semi-homemade treat to keep you full and focused.
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Turkey-Apple Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette
Lean, healthy turkey combined with some apples and raisins tossed in a fruity dressing makes for a flavorful and satisfying light lunch or first course.
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Applewood Smoked Salmon with Warm Potato-Apple Salad and Ale Dressing
A simple salmon dinner, perfect for cold winter weeknights. Roasted apples and potatoes are dressed with a sweet-tangy beer-based dressing. Recipe courtesy of SeaCuisine.
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Gorgonzola and Apple Salad
Subtly sweet honey and punchy Dijon mustard make for a delicious dressing for this easy salad recipe that takes just minutes to prepare. Serve this salad as a prelude to a main course of grilled pork chops or roast chicken. Click here to see 7 No-Cook Side Dishes.
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Celeriac and Apple Salad with Watercress
Celeriac (also called celery root or knob celery) might be one of the ugliest-looking vegetables you’ll ever lay your eyes on. A plant species in the family of common celery, celeriac is grown for its bulb rather than its stems, which are stringy and unpalatable. But beneath that scabby skin and those gnarly roots, celeriac hides an exquisitely perfumed white flesh. And although the root’s aroma is very pronounced, its flavor turns out to be quite delicate. Combined with the fragrant, sweet apples, the ambrosial Meyer lemon vinaigrette, and the spunky watercress, this salad wakes up the taste buds, and makes you (almost) forget that it’s midwinter.
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