From green pea salad to black pea salad, these recipes shine the spotlight on peas. These easy pea salad recipes are ready in minutes, making them desirable dishes on a deadline. Try the classic green pea salad, or mix it up with English pea salad or pea salad with bacon.
If you want this Southwestern salad to pack more punch, use extra jalapenos. Serve with baked tortilla chips for some crunch in your lunch.
A simple lemon juice and oil dressing allows the flavors of this fruity wheat berry salad to truly stand out.
The basic version of this recipe is a quick and easy weeknight meal. Each of the three variations--Asian, Prosciutto, and Salmon--are tasty too.
This side dish salad is popular at potlucks and picnics. This recipe makes enough for a crowd; take it to the next picnic or potluck.
Traditional ham and pea salad gets a makeover in this recipe. We used a package of long-grain and wild rice mix for the base to make it a hearty main dish.
In German-style potato salad, the potatoes are tossed while still warm in a vinegar-based dressing.
Don't fret over the pea pods that pop open during cooking. They add dimension to the presentation of this simple side-dish salad.
Make this flavorful salad in just 30 minutes. Nutritious and nutty bulgur wheat is a perfect complement to navel orange slices, peas, and fresh herbs.
For a refreshing side-dish salad, toss snow peas, water chestnuts, and sweet pepper with a sesame and soy dressing.
Don't have a serving platter big enough for this spring salad? Make individual salads or toss it in a punch bowl or large mixing bowl.
This fresh pea pod side salad tossed with horseradish-mustard dressing makes enough for a crowd. Plus it can be made up to one day before serving.
Yogurt dressing, with ginger and lime replaces mayo in this low-cal, low-fat chicken salad served over a bed of pea pods.
Dressed in a mix of honey and white wine vinegar, this light carrot and pea salad makes a super starter before your main course. Don't forget a side of bread!
Toss a medley of vegetables with corkscrew macaroni and a ginger-soy sauce for a make-ahead salad. The Asian-style dressing sets it apart from the usual potluck fare.