Tart apples, creamy dressing -- everyone loves a great Waldorf salad. Our Waldorf salad recipes go from the classic to the creative, with plenty of flavorful additions.See Popular Waldorf Salad Recipes
Orange yogurt is a light and luscious surprise in a classic apple salad.
For this salad, you can either peel the apples and pears or not.
Learn how to make chicken waldorf salad more modern with add-ins like dried cherries, pecans and rosemary. You can even try it with smoked chicken (available at most supermarkets) to bring in new layers of flavor.
The heat this summer has been one for the record books across much of the country, and if you're like us, by now you've well cycled through your repertoire of hot-weather recipes. And August has only just begun. Don't despair!
This lighter version of the classic favorite adds kiwifruit, pineapple, and lemon yogurt for a delicious update.
Granny Smith apples add a sweet crispness to this light and healthy salad with zesty lemon flavors. Grapes and Belgian endive bring special taste to this fresh side dish recipe.
At the restaurant, Mark Sullivan brines poultry before roasting it, then tosses it with little gem lettuce, pickled grapes and candied walnuts. At home you can streamline the ingredient list to lower the cost: This recipe calls for about half the ingredients.
Old-fashioned Waldorf salad recipe gets an up-to-the-minute makeover with the addition of nutty barley, fresh grapes, and a tangy yogurt-and-mayonnaise dressing.
For this refreshingly crunchy salad, Mark Peel adds mineral-rich romaine lettuce, frisee and sliced radishes to the classic Waldorf salad mix of apples, celery and walnuts. In place of the traditional mayonnaise-based dressing, he makes a lemon-walnut oil vinaigrette flavored with cumin.
What to make for a big family reunion? This gelatin salad is an easy choice. It's easy to tote, and it is light and refreshing. For the best flavor, toast the nuts before adding them.
Canned tuna turns Waldorf salad into a quick main dish salad to serve for lunch or dinner.
This quick and easy low-calorie recipe combines chunks of turkey and Fuji apples with crunchy walnuts for a sensational lunch or salad supper.
Purchased cranberry sauce and pears give a festive twist to this all-time favorite fruit salad.
Chicken salad maintains its place in lunch boxes and on picnic tables decade after decade because it's simple and delicious. And that's why every home cook should learn how to make it.
The famous Waldorf Salad, full of apples, celery, raisins and walnuts, gets a healthful makeover in with a touch of golden curry. It has nearly twice the fiber of typical versions.