Spinach Salad Dressing
Dressing spinach salad can go one of two ways. Whether hot spinach bacon dressing or creamy poppy-seed dressing, this spinach salad dressing collection gives you the best of sweet and savory.
Grain salads can sometimes be a bit heavy, but this one is surprisingly light-tasting, thanks to a tangy yogurt-mint dressing, crisp apple chunks and fresh spinach.
This quick, high-fiber side dish goes well with grilled chicken or beef. Make it when asparagus, basil, spinach, and fennel are at their best freshest best with bright green colors.
Crunchy walnuts and a dressing made with walnut oil and molasses set this apple and spinach toss apart from ordinary side-dish salads.
Sliced red apples contrast with the greens and pecans to make this salad especially attractive. The subtle hint of curry adds a distinctive flavor.
A tangy mustard dressing tops spinach, walnuts, and two kinds of apples in this fresh-tasting and easy 15-minute salad.
This hearty main-dish salad is topped with a warm, easy-to-make, honey-mustard dressing. Tuck leftovers in whole wheat pita bread for lunch.
Bottled dressing won't be in the picture again when you learn the basic techniques behind how to make salad dressing. It's easy--just remember a few simple tricks.
Baby spinach is really a convenience product. There is no need to remove its tender stems like you must with "grownup" spinach. This light and lovely three-ingredient dressing is all that healthful greens such as baby spinach need.
Remember this fruit and spinach toss during the winter months when pears and oranges are plentiful but other fruits are hard to come by.
A sweet bacon dressing livens up the spinach in this fresh-tasting side-dish salad.
This nutritious shrimp salad features chicory -- a curly salad green that's high in lutein and zeaxanthin, which are nutrients that keep eyes healthy.
Fresh spinach, tender chicken, red onion, and oregano are tossed and drenched in a tangy dressing. Almonds and pomegranate seeds add satisfying crunch.
Sometimes, the craving for Italian flavors and spices strikes, but you're not quite hungry enough for a meal as hearty and filling as lasagna or spaghetti and meatballs. Italian fare doesn't have to involve oversize helpings of pasta oozing cheese. Knowing how to make an Italian salad is a flavorful way to indulge your yearnings without overwhelming your appetite--or sacrificing your waistline.