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In this recipe by Jamie Oliver, quick-growing lettuces combine with carrots, radishes, broccoli, and feta for a salad you can scoop up with sourdough crisps.
Toss shaved carrots with clementines, herbs, and seeds to re-create this bright salad from Food Revolution chef Jamie Oliver.
A colorful mix of lettuce and fresh herbs is tossed with a lemony sour cream dressing, creating the perfect spring salad.
Warm goat cheese adds a wonderfully creamy texture to this fresh salad. If you can't find the crottins, use a log of fresh goat cheese and cut vertically into slices.
Recipe developed by Ina Garten (aka the Barefoot Contessa). Copyright 2004, Barefoot in Paris, Clarkson/Potter Publications, all rights reserved.
Grilled chicken marinated in garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, and oregano adds filling protein to this colorful salad. Feta cheese, cucumber, red onion, and olives keep it traditional.
Watch how easy it is to boil chicken to top any salad.
This artful tuna salad is good for you too. The recipe calls for olives and an olive oil-based dressing -- both high in heart-healthy fats that fight inflammation and antioxidants that combat cancer.
Salsa and pepper-spiced cheese add pizzazz to this black bean and veggie salad. The 30-minute supper is healthy, too, with fiber-rich beans that can lower blood sugar. For more nutrients, make it with brown rice.
Pork tenderloin tops antioxidant-rich spinach and juicy pineapple. The pork is a good source of B vitamins and riboflavin -- nutrients that promote healthy red blood cells -- and it's lower in fat and calories than skinless chicken breast.
Spicy pork and crisp bacon top garden-fresh spinach. Fresh onion sauteed with vinegar and chili pepper makes a simple and flavorful dressing.
In this fresh spin on classic Waldorf salad, apples are tossed with Boston lettuce, endive, and a savory-sweet lemon dressing. Add grilled chicken or fish to make a main course salad that's sure to satisfy.
Roasted red sweet peppers, crumbled blue cheese, and beef top crisp greens. A mixture of apricot preserves, horseradish, lemon juice, and Dijon mustard makes the perfect topper.
For a 20-minute dinner they'll love, toss mixed greens, blue cheese, sliced strawberries, and cashews with store-bought roasted chicken.
Lemon-pepper tuna, mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, red potatoes, and a light garlic vinaigrette toss together in minutes, creating a quick, easy, and delicious dinner.
For a dinner they'll rush to the table for -- ready in less than 20 minutes -- toss mixed greens with Cajun-seasoned turkey, juicy cantaloupe, and ripe blueberries.
Jazz up your chicken salad by tossing in juicy mango, fresh blueberries, crumbled blue cheese, and crunchy broccoli.
This twist on a classic American favorite -- BLT sandwiches -- makes a simple and delicious dinner that even kids will love.
Chicken with a light citrus flavor (from steaming in orange juice) gives this Thai-inspired salad an unexpected twist.
Make your cookout special with this delicious salad of grilled corn, juicy mango, red onion, and arugula. The homemade vinaigrette adds a lovely kick.
Seasoned grilled chicken, pine nuts, creamy goat cheese, and juicy grapes top crisp greens. Try it with our quick and easy homemade vinaigrette of oil, vinegar, dill weed, garlic, pepper, and oregano.
A tart lime-pepper dressing makes this fresh-from-the-garden salad of crisp lettuce, juicy kiwi, crunchy cucumbers, peppery watercress, and baby bok choy a side dish to remember.
Tangy lemon vinaigrette adds a delicious kick to this simple salad of mixed greens, broiled steak, juicy tomatoes, red onion, and creamy feta.
Refreshing mango chutney tops lemon-pepper chicken, crunchy cucumbers, and quick-cooking couscous -- ready to serve in just 15 minutes.