Whether you use just the florets or the whole stalk, broccoli salad is a colorful first course. From broccoli raisin salad to cauliflower broccoli salad to broccoli slaw, these easy recipes prove that good-for-you foods can also be delicious.
Making salad dressing is easy and it tastes so fresh on this super healthy salad. The entire dish is ready for dinner in 30 minutes.
Packaged broccoli slaw mix and bottled salad dressing make this side dish super quick to toss together.
Make this quick, low calorie vegetable salad instead of a cooked vegetable for a super crunchy side dish.
Lyndy Ireland of Triangle Ranch Bed and Breakfast in South Dakota uses grapes instead of raisins for a fresh twist on traditional broccoli raisin salad.
Traditional Japanese cooks serve sunomono (SOO-noh-moh-noh), a side dish of vegetables, seafood, or poultry tossed in dressings of vinegar, sugar, and seasonings for lunch or dinner.
Don't toss those broccoli stems. Shave them into "noodles" to add to this Asian salad.
Bacon, sunflower seeds, and raisins combine in this flavor-packed side dish. It's great for potlucks and picnics.
Wheat berries, with their slightly chewy texture, make a simple broccoli and orange salad extraordinary. Wheat berries are whole, unprocessed wheat kernels. You can typically find them in health food stores.
This crunchy vegetable side dish recipe can be prepared from start to finish in less than 30 minutes.
Bring this cool, crunchy vegetable side dish to your next cookout.
Perfect for a potluck, this broccoli and cauliflower salad comes together in a flash.
This meatless main dish salad is ready to eat in fewer than 25 minutes.
Broccoli becomes craveable when you mix it with salty bacon, sweet dried cranberries and a creamy yogurt dressing.
Rich in vitamins C, A, and K, broccoli slaw mix makes this salad nutritious as well as super easy to prepare.
This five-ingredient beef and broccoli main-dish recipe can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. Bottled ginger salad dressing makes a simple and delicious sauce.