Bagged or fresh, a mixed green salad takes little time to make. These easy recipes for mixed green salad with herb vinaigrette or creamy ranch dressing are easy sides for any dish.
The dressing for this green salad features a homemade fruit vinegar that can be made ahead.
French breakfast radishes are sweeter than their rounder counterparts, but either kind will work in this fresh side salad.
This Asian-inspired side salad goes well with chicken or fish.
This chilled main dish salad is a perfect way to use up leftover turkey.
The slight bitterness of the escarole plays well against the sweeter leaf lettuce in this easy side salad.
In 15 minutes, this easy dinner salad with cashews and ramen noodles is ready to eat.
Stilton is a blue cheese that is made in England. Other blue cheese will also work in this salad recipe, including Italian Gorgonzola, French Roquefort, and American blue cheese.
This quick-fix, fresh romaine lettuce salad is ready to serve with dinner in 20 minutes.
Prepare the dressing ahead of time and then bring it back to room temperature before you toss the salad together.
Whether you serve this easy dish as an appetizer or salad, the cornbread flavored with pumpkin pie spice makes this recipe holiday special.
Purchase the classic Middle Eastern bulgur wheat salad from the deli to use as the base for this minty chicken recipe. If not available, pick up a rice salad.
Grab a couple bags of arugula, spring mix or other greens for the base of this light nd refreshing pear salad.
Mesclun (MEHS-kluhn) is a salad or gourmet mix of tender small greens that include arugula, oak leaf, radicchio, sorrel, and a variety of greens depending on seasonal availability. Find it bagged or packaged in supermarket produce aisles.
Sophisticated for the guests, but easy for the host, this salad features pears, blue cheese, and walnuts on a palette of greens.
A sweet-and-tangy dressing tops salad greens in this simple side-dish salad. If you like, add fruit to the mix.
The Dutch in New Amsterdam often set out three oranges on the night of Saint Nicholas's expected arrival. The fruit symbolizes the sacks of gold the saint gave as dowries to three poor sisters. Oranges are as good as gold in this side salad recipe of figs, toasted pecans, and salad greens. Serve it with meat dishes.