Whether you're looking for a refreshing first course or a surprising main attraction, you can't go wrong with a salad. Our collection of salad recipes offers endless ideas, so dig in!See Popular Lunch Salad Recipes
Need a simple solution for a weeknight lunch or dinner? Look no further than this refreshing Strawberry-Spinach Salad.
We know it's still late February, but healthy lunchtime salads are suddenly on our mind. Spring is just around the corner, right? And we are trying to drop a few pounds before the warm weather hits.
Three superfoods, walnuts, strawberries and spinach, team up to create a fresh-from-the-garden flavor when you want to welcome spring with a nutritious lunch or side salad.
Sage-flavored biscuits (think of yummy stuffing) top a hearty bubbly hot turkey casserole.
You'll want to brown-bag it, because these easy-to-make turkey salad sandwiches, made special with strawberries, green onion and balsamic vinegar, are better than you'll get at any deli.
Salad's a snap for tonight's barbecue! A box of Suddenly Salad® mix and a few extras are all you need.
A quick stop at the deli yields a rich turkey salad with bursts of juicy grapes and crunchy almonds. 20-minute meal!
Farmers' market basil and produce mixed with bow-ties and Parmesan make the perfect pasta salad to serve at your next backyard get-together.
With two types of potatoes, this side salad packs a Southwestern punch thanks to chipotle chilies .
Add pizzazz to a foolproof pasta salad, using crisp and colorful bell peppers, broccoli and onion.
Wheat berries are whole, unprocessed kernels of wheat. Look for wheat berries in the cereal, self-serve bulk foods or natural-foods section of your supermarket.
In just 20 minutes you can whip up a nutritious and delicious meal that's less than 400 calories. The salmon provides lots of healthy omega-3 fatty acids while the nutty and fruity vinaigrette dressing used on both the fish and beans keeps the flavors light and refreshing.
This savory main-course salad is as satisfying as it is restorative. "According to Thai belief, both peas and pea shoots are revitalizing, as well as good for digestion," Su-Mei Yu says. "And escarole strengthens muscles and bones."
Bring a touch of Italy to the dinner table with a delicious pasta salad bursting with cheese, salami, olives and tomatoes.
An anytime fresh fruit salad gets a flavor boost from orange zest and orange juice, too.