Category: Salad

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Spicy Quinoa, Cucumber and Tomato Salad

This refreshing summer salad can sit in the refrigerator for a few hours without deteriorating, so it makes a great choice for bringing to work or to a summer picnic. 1 cup quinoa 3...

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Curried Rice and Quinoa Salad

I’ve made this mixed-grains salad using both regular brown rice and brown basmati rice. I like the lightness of the basmati brown rice, but I also enjoy the chewiness of regular brown rice. 3/4...

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Green Bean Salad With Chickpeas and Mushrooms

A far cry from cafeteria-style three-bean salad, this fresh, lively dish is a mixture of crunch and softness, bright colors and earth tones. 1/2 pound green beans 3 ounces mushrooms, cleaned, trimmed and sliced...

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Purslane Salad With Mushrooms, Walnuts and Olives

This crunchy salad is about as high in omega-3 fats as a salad can be. 1 generous bunch purslane, thick stems cut away (about 4 cups), washed and dried 6 medium-size cremini or white...

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Endive, Apple and Walnut Salad

This classic French combination makes a great autumn and winter salad. Walnuts and apples are always a good mix, and their flavors contrast nicely with the bitter endive. Gruyère cheese has a nutty flavor...

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Chicken Salad With Asian Flavors

Kids like Chinese chicken salad mainly because of those deep-fried noodles. Wean them off the fried stuff with this light version, always a favorite in my kids’ cooking classes. It’s pretty, and the sweet...

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Summer Salad with Feta

Ingredients: 5 medium or large ripe tomatoes cut into wedges (if large, the wedges should be cut crosswise in half), or 1 pint of cherry tomatoes cut in half 1/2 European cucumber, or 1...

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Mediterranean Chickpea Salad

If you like hummus, you like chickpeas. They’re a versatile legume, welcome in salads and soups, stews and pastas. This pretty summer salad is quickly assembled. You can also make it in winter without...