Summer Pasta Salad
On hot summer nights, a cold pasta salad keeps everyone cool. These easy recipes offer brilliant alternatives for summer pasta salad, ranging from zesty Italian to vegetarian.See Popular Summer Pasta Salad Recipes
For a summery take on pasta salad, try this fresh orzo, zucchini and corn blend.
For lunch, dinner, a potluck, or even a party, this Summer Pasta Salad with Grilled Vegetables is a versatle and satisfying option.
Oh, the pain and anxiety of the suburban backyard barbecue: What can we bring that everyone else isn't bringing, too? If you get too creative, you might suffer the shame of packing up your Pyrex with everything still inside. But if you're too boring, you might not get invited back.
Summer means healthy light dinners that don't take a long time to make. That's where Summer Vegetable Pasta Salad comes in. Any recipes that calls for zucchini, cherry tomatoes, and sugar-snap peas virtually screams SUMMER and great light meals at the beach or on the back deck.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Turn leftover ham into the main attraction, with plenty of fresh vegetables for crunch and yummy pasta tossed with ranch dressing.
Pot stickers add a Far East touch to this delicious spinach salad recipe. Try the strawberry vinaigrette dressing drizzled over grilled chicken or vegetables.
Loaded with vegetables, this pasta side salad recipe makes enough to take to a potluck or party.
Need a new way to serve salmon? Try this summery salad. The salmon is served with tomatoes, goat cheese, pasta, and greens to make a healthy main dish.
Make this pasta salad and keep refrigerated up to 24 hours before serving.
Fish sauce adds a nice salty touch to this Thai pasta salad. If you can't find it, swap in two tablespoons of chicken broth and one tablespoon of soy sauce.
For an easy potluck dish, turn to this quick-to-toss pasta salad recipe packed with veggies. Feta, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese make it a triple indulgence.
Penne pasta tossed with corn, black beans, diced tomatoes, celery, and onions in a spicy dressing.
Double all of the ingredients and take this simple pasta salad to your next potluck. No one will guess it's low in calories.
Douglas Monsalud of Kitchenette in San Francisco serves hyper-seasonal dishes like this lemony pasta salad with lots of green vegetables and herbs.
For a filling, no-cook meal, make this bright layered summer salad. Its easy to customize this quick recipe to include your favorite in season vegetables.