Top Rated Green Salad Recipes

Beet Salad
Baby Greens Salad with Beets & Goat Cheese also features red onion and walnuts, topped with orange vinaigrette. Great for winter or any time of the year.
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4.5
Peach Salad
Get all your vitamins this summer from this delicious, colorful salad.This recipe is courtesy of The Comfort of Cooking.
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4.5
Grilled Halloumi and Peach salad
"Peaches are my favorite summer fruit. Though I like them best out of hand, they taste glorious in pies and cobblers and as a change from strawberries with shortcake. They make great sauces for BBQ and can be used for salsa, but this year I decided to use them hot off the grill. They are superb in salads and the grill gives them such robust flavor. "Recipe comes courtesy of Abbe Odenwalder of This Is How I Cook food blog. Check out the original recipe here!
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4.5
This salad only requires lettuce, cheese, balsamic vinegar, and olive oil with a touch of salt and pepper — so easy, yet so tasty. This is definitely a go-to for a large crowd and keeps the menu simple, just like the cowboys out west would like!You can purchase baby greens at your supermarket or better yet, if you have access to a local farmers' market, select from the many varieties of baby lettuces and greens. I wash my greens under cold running water and then dry them in a salad spinner.Click here to see a Cowboy-Themed Summer Cookout.
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4
Simple Red and Green Salad
Tarragon is a great spring and summer herb that provides a spicy addition to the dressing.  Click here to see 4 Spring Salad Ideas.
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Mini Tomato Tarts
These bite-sized tarts are a great recipe to serve to people who love to snack. The tasty bites will start things off right, and guests will feel OK about eating a little more when the main dish is ready. 
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Salad
A light and healthy salad that is full of fiber. Serve this as a starter, alongside stuffed figs, butternut squash soup, and fruit-studded muffins for a Tu B’Shevat meal.
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3.75
This bright and spicy twist on the basic Arabic salad of minced tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions gets its color from red cabbage and orange bell peppers, both of which grow in abundance in Gaza. Middle Eastern cucumbers are sometimes labelled as "Persian" or "Japanese," but any burpless variety will do. In Gaza, the dedication of the cook is revealed by how finely she chops her salad.
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For a variation on the typical green salad, try this warm winter version. Gently sautéed curly endive or escarole and radicchio create the base, while capers, olives, currants, pine nuts and orange zest make this salad dance in your mouth. Add crisp bacon, grilled sausage, or prosciutto for a heartier dish.
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3.5
A great way to serve this salad is to slice a 9-inch round focaccia in half horizontally, fill it with the tuna, and press a plate down on top of the round bread. Place a heavy can or weight on top for an hour, and the dressing will seep into the bread. Slice and serve.
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3.5
Green salad
The clean flavors of a green salad work perfectly alongside heavier dishes, or it can be served as a separate course. Click here to see A Simple Dinner Party Menu. Click here to see The Perfect Christmas Dinner.
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This refreshing salad gives a nod to summer with grilled peaches and dandelion greens, and is the perfect dish to create when you're craving something light and grilled. 
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