Since it’s best made ahead of time, it’s a great potluck dish and a favorite addition to a holiday table.
Made of soft, supple salmon; crisp lettuces and vegetables; and a very savory dressing run through with chiles and lime, this light salad is tangy and full of flavor.
Our first Imperfect Foods delivery brought us kale, so found this recipe to give it a try. We weren't necessarily a fan of kale, but the light dressing for this salad changed our minds.
The original recipe calls this a salad, but our first time making it, we opted to have the salmon as the main dish and the tossed salad on the side. Delicious!
A fresh summer salad loaded with strawberries, blueberries, creamy goat cheese and drizzled with the best balsamic glaze! Perfect for summer holiday get-togethers, or any day, that's quick, tasty and healthy!
Attention, dill! Please step away from the salmon. Here, the herb gets to show its versatility— and its Greek side.
Similar to American potato salad, this one's dressing is mayonnaise-based, but the Korean version sometimes uses julienned rather than chunked potatoes and also contains carrots, peas, scallions and chives. It’s far from conventional and far from bland.
My grandmothers used to make this salad for family picnics, potlucks, or whenever so it definitely brings back childhood memories with every bite!
Once you have this lemony-anchovy-ey-garlicky recipe, you’ll never look at the usual dumbed-down Caesar salad again.
Emily loves macaroni salad, and even though the dressing on this recipe isn't quite so traditional, this is by far her new favorite. It also stays quite creamy the next day and the day after so you can continue to enjoy the leftovers. ingredients 1 pound elbow macaroni Salt Black Pepper 2 cups mayonnaise 14... Continue Reading →