Top Rated Arugula Recipes

Arugula and Olive Sauce
This delicious sauce comes together in minutes (since it requires no cooking) and can be used in a variety of ways. Impress your guests by slathering a spoonful onto crostini topped with fresh mozzarella slices or toss it with pasta and extra Parmesan for a quick weeknight meal (as pictured).  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Healthy Greens. 
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Watermelon and Arugula Salad
This refreshing salad makes a delicious first course or side dish for warm-weather meals. You can make it up to a day ahead, but add the arugula just before serving for best texture. If you'd like to save time by buying pre-cut watermelon, you'll need about 2 pounds of chunks to equal 6 cups diced. Click here to see In Season: Watermelon Galore!
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Prosciutto, Arugula, and Tomato Sandwich
Here in the States we have the good old BLT sandwich, but in Italy, they serve a PAT instead — prosciutto, arugula, and tomato. This is just as easy to make, and if you're a fan of prosciutto (as I am), this sandwich is a real winner.
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Pomegranate seeds add beautiful color and juicy flavor to this simple grain salad balanced with peppery arugula and crunchy bits of celery.
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I'm on a prosciutto, burrata, and arugula kick lately. I recently had the most amazing prosciutto, burrata, and arugula salad at one of my favorite restaurants and I haven't been able to take my mind off the three ingredients since. These crostinis are my interpretation of that fateful dish, with the much drier mozzarella standing in for its creamy counterpart.  Click here to see 11 Easy Appetizer Recipes.
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Prosciutto, Arugula, and Lemon Pizza
While it's not your standard cheese and tomato pie, this pizza is an elegant and refreshing rendition of the American staple. Don't be overwhelmed by the greens — there's a decadent and gooey surprise underneath. See all prosciutto recipes. Click here to see Bake Me a Pizza as Fast as You Can.
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A different variation on pesto that uses arugula instead of basil.We love to use this on crostini, baked gnocchi, and potato salad — or to give added flavor to chicken salad.
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Shaved Asparagus Salad
I can't deny it, my mandolin still scares me a little. But, I swallow my fear and use it for this delicious spring salad. Thinly shaved raw asparagus adds crunch to this lemony and nutty salad. It's great alongside grilled meats or fish, but also works as a meal on its own. Since the ingredients are so simple, it really tastes best with the freshest produce possible (especially when in season). 
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Arugula Salad with Coppa and Pecorino
Need a real-life example of how sometimes simple is better when it comes to cooking? Check out this recipe — peppery arugula, salty coppa, and a spritz of tangy citrus. It's crave-worthy.  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Healthy Greens.
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Salmon Teriyaki with Watermelon and Arugula
The combination of warm and soft salmon texture with juicy, cold watermelon and mildly bitter arugula taste will make your mealtime memorable. You'll definitely want to add this dish to your regular menu. See all arugula recipes.
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Skip the mashed potatoes this time and make risotto instead. The potatoes in this recipe are simmered in a flavorful chicken stock until perfectly tender, and then are stirred into a cheesy risotto. A handful of arugula adds the perfect sharp bite. 
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On Rosh Hashanah it is customary to eat apples and honey, which symbolize our hope for a sweet new year, and pomegranates, which have many seeds that symbolize our hope that our good deeds in the ensuing year will be as plentiful as the seeds of the pomegranate. This salad incorporates these two customs in a beautiful and tasty way.
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