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.See Popular Spinach Salad Dressing Recipes
Chewy grains are a nice complement to the leafy greens in this salad. Fresh apples and red onion add crunch.
When buying spinach, look for leaves that are uniformly green and crisp. Avoid those that are wilted, excessively wet, or yellowed. Fresh spinach can be quite gritty, especially the larger bundled leaves, so wash it very carefully.
This crunchy salad looks and tastes special, though it's no harder to put together than a garden-variety tossed salad. If you can't find pepitas (toasted pumpkin seeds), substitute pine nuts or sunflower seeds.
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.
A tangy mustard dressing tops spinach, walnuts, and two kinds of apples in this fresh-tasting and easy 15-minute salad.
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.
Sliced red apples contrast with the greens and pecans to make this salad especially attractive. The subtle hint of curry adds a distinctive flavor.
Crunchy walnuts and a dressing made with walnut oil and molasses set this apple and spinach toss apart from ordinary side-dish salads.
A sweet bacon dressing livens up the spinach in this fresh-tasting side-dish salad.
Remember this fruit and spinach toss during the winter months when pears and oranges are plentiful but other fruits are hard to come by.
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.
This nutritious shrimp salad features chicory -- a curly salad green that's high in lutein and zeaxanthin, which are nutrients that keep eyes healthy.