Vegetable Salad

As a side dish or main course, vegetable salads are hearty, colorful meals. Easy preparation makes these vegetable salad recipes -- whether marinated, grilled, or chopped -- not only fast but delicious.

See Popular Vegetable Salad Recipes

Lemon-Cilantro Slaw

Diabetic Living

Stacked Summer Vegetable Salad

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.

Roasted Vegetable Salad with Goat Cheese

Martha Stewart

Warm tender carrots, onion, and zucchini get cozy in this seasonal dinner salad. Improvise with different vegetables, and adjust the roasting time: Cauliflower and sweet potatoes take longer to roast; asparagus and mushrooms cook more quickly.

Asian Coleslaw

Diabetic Living

Skip the mayonnaise base and swap in a light sesame ginger salad dressing instead.

Joyful Greetings Salad

Midwest Living

Crispy Snow Pea and Fennel Slaw

Ladies' Home Journal
Total: 40 mins

Charred Fava Bean Salad with Lemon and Tarragon

Food & Wine

It's impossible to grill tiny favas, but the sweet-starchy beans get a similar smoky flavor when they're charred quickly in a hot skillet. Jean-Georges Vongerichten tosses the charred beans with garlic, jalapeno, tarragon, and cubes of cheese for a warm salad.

Total: 1 hr 15 mins

Fingerling Potato Salad with Leeks and Fennel

Ladies' Home Journal

Summer savory, a minty herb, complements buttery potatoes and zesty fennel.

Total: 40 mins

Garden Risotto

Ladies' Home Journal
Total: 50 mins

Brussels Sprout Salad with Avocado and Pumpkin Seeds

Martha Stewart

No roasting pan necessary for these adorable cabbage cousins: Tossed with avocado and coated in a bright lemon-Dijon dressing, the tender brussels sprout leaves make a showstopping salad.

Crimson Slaw

Midwest Living

Sesame Noodle Slaw

Better Homes and Gardens

The Oriental noodles are crunchy when you first make this cabbage salad. If you prefer softer noodles, chill the salad to give them time to absorb some of the soy-vinegar dressing.

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