Top Rated Salad Recipes

Whitefish Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
Whitefish salad is delightful on everything from bagels to cucumber slices. The smoked flavor of the delicate fish is delicious on its own, and doesn't need much more than a little mayonnaise and lemon juice.This recipe is from Encyclopedia of Jewish Food by Gil Marks (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010), and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Transport to Nice without leaving your home with this French-inspired recipe for Nicoise salad.This recipe is courtesy of Eggland's Best.
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Perfect Greek Salad Recipe
This light, refreshing, and incredibly tasty version of a traditional Greek salad is great as a side salad or a main course with some grilled chicken or shrimp on top, or vegetarian stuffed grape leaves. 
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Waldorf Salad
Named after the famous Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City, the Waldorf salad is straight from another time, but it’s a salad worth bringing back for picnics and parties.
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Steak Salad
Steak can often feel like a heavy meal, so this recipe balances it out with a light, textured salad. It's perfect for a quick dinner or for impressing guests. The key to this recipe is the proper ingredients: you need fresh lettuce and crunchy jicama to ensure the salad stands out as much as the steak. Click here for Beef Recipes for Any Night of the Week
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Potato Salad
This is a quick, traditional potato salad that is so easy to make! White, red, or Yukon gold potatoes are all good choices for this recipe (Russet potatoes are not a great choice because they may fall apart). I don't peel my potato, but you can if you prefer. Please be sure to read the label to ensure your choice of Italian salad dressing is gluten-free.
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Breakfast salad; the breakfast of champions and health nuts alike. Enjoy this bright and fresh morning salad on days when the call back to bed sounds a bit louder.This recipe is courtesy of Simply Healthyish Recipes.
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Waldorf Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
This Waldorf salad recipe includes the classic ingredients apple and celery, as well as a host of other tempting goodies, like currants, walnuts and grapes. It's lightly tossed with a piquant homemade mayonnaise dressing that's flavored with a touch of curry powder.This recipe is by Marcy Goldman-Posluns and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Avocado Salad
This recipe is a crowd pleaser, especially if the crowd loves avocados. The creamy dressing paired with the bite of arugula, the buttery taste of avocado, and the tang of Parmesan creates a unique and exciting contrast of flavors. It can stand to lose the chicken and can also be spruced up with some frisee or a sprinkle of almonds. If you love avocado, this is a quick and satisfying dish.
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Panzanella Salad
This bread salad is a Florentine favorite which is popular in summer. The basic ingredients are day-old bread, tomatoes, onions, basil, and a dressing made out of olive oil and vinegar.
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Caesar Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
Although Californians often claim this salad as their own, the Caesar salad was the 1924 invention of a Tijuana, Mexico, restaurateur, Caesar Cardini. Flamboyantly tossed at tableside and comprising such (then) unheard of things as coddled eggs and the exotic, almost counter-culture romaine lettuce, Cardini's salad went on to rival history's only other Caesar in the legend it inspired. —Marcy Goldman-Posluns, Chicago TribuneThis recipe is by Caesar Cardini and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Salade Niçoise recipe - The Daily Meal
Salade Niçoise, as its French name implies, comes to North America from Nice, France, and as with Cobb salad, is a meal in itself. Since salade Niçoise is more than ''the sum of its parts,'' be fussy about choosing vegetables that positively breathe a just-picked freshness. Arrange the components in any geometric arrangement that suits you. Just before serving, toss gently with classic vinaigrette and tuck into a feast.This recipe is by Marcy Goldman-Posluns and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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