Add color to your table with a special Christmas salad. Whether you're searching for a salad made with seasonal vegetables, refreshing fruit, or turkey leftovers from Christmas dinner, you'll find the perfect salad recipe here.See Popular Christmas Salads Recipes
When Christmas rolls around I'm always in the mood for festive winter-themed salads--something sweet and savory with jewels of flavor that lighten up the holiday menu. Candied nuts and cooked pears, apples, and grapes always come to mind. I like to contrast these sweet notes with creamy, robust blue cheeses and peppery greens like arugula or watercress.
Manchego cheese and Simply Dressed® Pomegranate Dressing give this salad an appealing sweetness. Pear slices and almonds give it a delightful crunch.
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