When it's hot outside, chill out with easy recipes for summer salads. Loaded with fruit, chicken, greens, and pasta, these easy summer salads are keepers you'll prepare over and over again.
This chilled main dish salad is a perfect way to use up leftover turkey.
A creamy walnut-garlic vinaigrette is drizzled over layers of pork tenderloin and vegetables and then refrigerated for this summertime salad recipe.
This sensational spicy salad showcases summer vegetables. You can easily double the ingredients to make enough for potlucks and neighborhood block parties.
Colorful roasted sweet peppers star in this side salad. Roast a combination of red, yellow, and green peppers for extra eye-appeal.
Pair two summer produce staples to make this delicious side dish. Bring it to a potluck, serve it alongside burgers, or add in white beans for a vegetarian main dish.
This fruity salad adds strawberries to greens for a quick-and-easy side-dish recipe for picnics and potlucks.
Grilled asparagus is beautifully complemented by tart rhubarb, tangy goat cheese and rich, sweet balsamic vinegar in this creative, elegant salad. Peppery arugula and toasted almonds round out the flavors, and provide wonderful texture. When buying asparagus, look for firm, bright green stalks with tight tips. If stems are tough, simply remove the outer layer with a vegetable peeler.
The classic sandwich is made into a layered salad in this simple recipe. Blue cheese and a quick-fix vinaigrette complete the dish.
The debut of tender asparagus stalks in the produce section is a sure sign that spring is just around the corner. Toss asparagus with rice and nuts to create this spirited side-dish salad.
Raita (RI-tah) is a traditional Indian salad that combines yogurt with fresh vegetables.
Packed with the flavors of summer, this main-dish chicken salad is topped with a strawberry dressing.
This super fast side dish looks impressive--perfect for serving at summer parties and cookouts.
The additions of crisp, crumbled bacon and crunchy sunflower seeds nearly makes this creamy slaw a meal in itself. Store any remaining sunflower seeds, tightly bagged, in the refrigerator to keep them fresh-tasting for up to 3 months.