Bean salad comes together fast, and the healthy mix is also easy on the budget. From three-bean salad to green bean salad, these recipes deliver all the best flavors.
French breakfast radishes are sweeter than their rounder counterparts, but either kind will work in this fresh side salad.
If you prefer, you can substitute cooked bacon pieces for the prosciutto in this easy salad.
Marinate kidney beans, garbanzo beans, crunchy vegetables, and cheese in a fresh-tasting lime dressing. Choose any combination of canned beans that you like.
Garbanzo beans, the star of this bean salad recipe, are also known as chickpeas. Here's a delicious way to savor their nutty taste and firm texture.
Garbanzo, small white, and lima beans star in this healthful high-fiber side salad. It's lightly and sweetly dressed and has a kick from jalapeno peppers.
Apple and avocado freshen the taste of this hearty salad. Bottled Thousand Island dressing provides the base for a tangy topper.
A simple lemon juice and oil dressing allows the flavors of this fruity wheat berry salad to truly stand out.
This vegetarian main-dish salad recipe, loaded with healthy protein and fiber, features beans and zucchini, tossed with red wine vinaigrette and arranged with fresh mozzarella and sliced tomatoes.
Fresh green beans pair with vibrant red pepper in this colorful and flavorful side dish. Try it with chicken or fish, or serve it with a poached egg for a vegetarian main dish.
Baked bean traditionalists may be surprised by this cool twist on the classic recipe, but they'll go for its hearty flavor. This recipe is as ideal to transport to a picnic or potluck as it is to serve at home.
With new potatoes, purple potatoes and green beans, this salad makes a colorful sensation at cookouts and potlucks.
This cold side salad is different than the usual version because of the beans used.
This cold bean salad is low in calories and sodium.
This main dish salad features grilled tuna steaks. You can replace the marjoram with oregano for this recipe, but its flavor is more pungent and robust so you may want to use less.
Five types of beans--including kidney beans and butter beans--and bacon make this healthy recipe a potluck picnic favorite.