These fresh salad recipes are ideal for using tomatoes from your garden (or local farmer's market), and they pair beautifully with grilled dishes and other summer fare.
Slow-roasted tomatoes add a burst of sweetness to this easy-to-make pasta salad. It makes enough for 12 people, so it's perfect to bring to a summer potluck!
This colorful, Mexican-inspired summer salad coats fresh grape tomatoes, corn, and green beans in a zesty dressing. Serve it alongside grilled steak as the perfect side dish.
Your tomato salad is only as good as its star ingredient!
Roasted cherry tomatoes are the "T" in this deconstructed version of the classic sandwich. The good news: Skipping the bread cuts down on calories (each serving has just 258!).
Fresh heirloom tomatoes and onions are dressed up with a sweet-sour vinegar dressing. Make it ahead or just before supper -- prep takes just 25 minutes.
Enjoy a juicy tomato salad for dinner tonight, complete with crunchy cucumber and seasoned chicken tenders. Best of all, this quick and easy recipe includes ingredients you likely have in your pantry.
Crunchy homemade croutons and fresh ripe tomatoes star in this quick and easy Italian summer salad recipe. To save even more time, substitute Italian dressing for the homemade vinaigrette.
Buttery avocado is a perfect complement to the sweetness of mango and juicy red tomatoes in this fresh salad.
Craving a fresh summer salad? Try our delicious vegetable-filled pasta dish, complete with tender mostaccioli noodles, a shallot-mustard dressing, and a sprinkling of garlic-Asiago cheese. To cut down on prep time, use bottled vinaigrette in place of the homemade dressing.
Slice up Greek-seasoned steak and pair it with ripe tomatoes and juicy cucumbers to make a fresh and easy summer dinner. A sprinkling of feta and a drizzling of our easy homemade salad dressing layer this summer salad with serious flavor.
Calling all veggie-lovers! Baby squash, crunchy zucchini, and ripe tomatoes team up in this fresh summer salad coated in a zesty lemon-herb dressing. Even better, it comes in below 90 calories per serving.
Toss toasted bread cubes with roma tomatoes, red onion, sweet peppers, fresh basil, and Italian dressing for an easy make-ahead side dish.
Dig in to this colorful, low-cal vegetable medley, complete with deliciously juicy red roma tomatoes and yellow cherry tomatoes. Drizzle on white wine and vinegar for a light dressing that pairs wonderfully with zesty feta cheese.
Heirloom tomatoes are topped with a zippy balsamic reduction, fresh basil, and salty ricotta salata cheese for a standout side that you won't want to pass up.