Salads don’t have to be boring affairs! The addition of small amounts of cheese, nuts and berries give this salad oodles of flavor and will help to keep your hunger at bay.
This hearty black bean and avocado salad contains soluble fiber and monounsaturated fatty acids to help fight cholesterol, which ultimately can lower your risk of heart disease.
With so many varieties of greens at the market today, experiment and try some new ones!
This is not your everyday chicken salad. Adding red seedless grapes and pecan or walnut pieces to the mix, along with flavorful Dijon mustard and fresh parsley, make it a standout.
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Enjoy this delicious Middle Eastern salad with olive oil and garlic dressing, topped with crispy pita chips. Or save on calories and fat, and up your protein intake by replacing the dressing with cottage cheese or garbanzo beans.
This southwestern-inspired salads is great for a one-dish meal.
Do you scramble each morning to bring a decent lunch to work? Make it easy on yourself by creating a nutritious gourmet salad bar at home. The prep work is your key to success — just follow these tips.
This slaw is not only flavorful and delicious, but it boasts some super healthy nutrients — including cabbage, broccoli and kale.
Try this delightful twist on traditional tabbouleh. Blend nutritious, high fiber bulgur with charred broccoli, chickpeas and tahini. You’ll get bone-building vitamin K, and vegetarian-friendly protein. And you’ll also get great taste.
This chicken marinates in mouthwatering Indian spices, which also happen to be loaded with anti-inflammatory phytonutrients. It comes off the grill juicy, zesty, and ready to serve with a cool potato-cucumber salad.