Summer Salads

Whether you like to load your summer salads with nothing but veggies, a mix of fruits and veggies, or pile it high with protein, we have a summer salad recipe for every occasion. We've even got pasta salad recipes for all your summer potluck gatherings.

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Cast Iron Fried Green Tomatoes

This southern classic is a perfect fit for your cast iron skillet.
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The Surprising Ingredient Your Salad Has Been Missing

Grilled watermelon takes on a smoky, tomato-like flavor that will give your salad a tasty twist. It pairs perfectly with peppery greens and nutty cheeses for a salty, sweet combo that will totally change up your go-to salad recipe!
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Heirloom Tomato and Green Bean Salad

Why choose between a caprese salad, pasta, or a bean salad when you can have all three in one easy, breezy, 30-minute package?
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Peachy Rice Salad

A spicy pepper jelly vinaigrette provides lovely contrast to the sweet peaches and blueberries in this summery rice salad recipe. Try this side dish with either long grain rice or Carolina Gold rice.
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Bacon-Corn-Tomato Salad

All the best summer ingredients play a role in this salad. Fresh tomatoes and sweet corn, of course, but we also added bacon to make it even better.
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Cucumber, Tomatoes, and Mint

This mouthwatering cucumber salad has everything we love about summer mixed together and served in one bowl. Juicy cherry tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, and a quick dressing are all it takes to make this perfect summer side.
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More Summer Salads

Classic Potato Salad

Bring the dish that everyone loves to your next potluck or picnic: potato salad! The dill pickles mixed into our easy potato salad recipe give this side dish the just-right amount of tang and salt.
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Fresh Basil Salad

Fresh basil stars in this summer salad. We've paired it with raspberries and a light vinaigrette for bold herbal flavor.
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Bean, Corn, and Tomato Salad

Summer tastes like this toss-together bean and herb salad. Juicy tomatoes and naturally sweet corn perk up the visual (and taste bud) appeal.