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Amazing Salads


Amazing Salads

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Red and Black Fruit Salad: Pistachios and a hint of mint add another dimension to fruit salad. | Health.com

5 Fabulous Fresh Fruit Recipes

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Spinach - One of the most nutrient-packed vegetables, spring spinach has a refreshing taste. Try this recipe: Asian Spinach Salad. | Health.com

11 Fresh Fruit and Veggie Recipes for Spring

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Easy Summer Salad: Goat cheese and pickled beets add a bit of zest to this salad, which is packed with 28 grams of protein. Get the recipe | Health.com

14 Fast and Fresh Farmers Market Recipes

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Chinese Chicken-Cabbage Salad With Peanut Sauce: This healthy salad is perfect for summer or any time. We love how easy it is to prepare. Just toss the ingredients together and enjoy. Get the recipe | Health.com

13 Easy Recipes That Use Rotisserie Chicken

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Endive and Snap Peas with Parmesan Dressing: For parties, toss the dressing with just the snap peas and spoon the mixture into endive spears to make a simple finger-food appetizer. | Health.com

Fresh Ideas For Spring Salads

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Butter Lettuce, Radish and Avocado Salad with Mustard Dressing: Try this recipe in early spring, when the first radishes appear at farmers' markets. | Health.com

Persimmon and Blue Cheese Salad With Walnuts: Persimmons are a great source of vitamin A and the powerful antioxidant lycopene. Walnuts add a crunchy boost of heart-healthy omega-3s. Get the recipe | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Red Cabbage and Apple Salad With Ginger Vinaigrette: Overindulged last night? Make amends with this crunchy raw-food salad, full of detoxifying ingredients like cabbage and ginger. | Health.com

The Best Healthy Salads for Every Occasion

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Mozzarella and Tomato Salad: Farm-fresh tomatoes and creamy mozzarella are an inspired no-cook combo you can serve for lunch or dinner. The key to this dish is to use the best-quality ingredients—don’t skimp on the extra virgin olive oil—and adapt it to your taste. We love it with a sprinkling of fresh basil and a few olives. Get the recipe | Health.com

25 No-Cook Recipes

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Triple Pea Salad With Creamy Tarragon Dressing: This veggie-rich dish contains a hearty dose of vitamin C in every crunchy bite. And the light yet creamy dressing kicks the flavor up a notch. Get the recipe | Health.com

Easy Easter Brunch Recipes

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Lavender-Scented Summer Fruit Salad: Dried lavender adds a delicate flavor to the honey-lime dressing in this fresh fruit salad. Stone fruit and berries are rich in antioxidants and provide the right tangy-tart flavors to balance the sweet topping. Get the recipe | Health.com

Easy Easter Brunch Recipes

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This colorful dish comes from famed chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s new veggie-centric cookbook, Plenty More: Vibrant Vegetable Cooking from London’s Ottolenghi. | Health.com

This May Just Be Your New Favorite Salad

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Grilled Asian Steak and Spinach Salad - Filling grass-fed beef is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and spinach is an excellent source of folate, which plays an important role in heart health. Get the recipe: | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Warm Salad of Kabocha and Goat Cheese With Currants: A sprinkle of dried currants adds vitamins A and C to this flavorful mix. Get the recipe: | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Roasted Squash and Kale Salad: This roasted vegetable salad gets a nutty upgrade thanks to the peanut butter-based dressing. You’ll get 8 grams each of protein and fiber, making this a satisfying meatless lunch option. | Health.com

18 Ways to Cook With Peanut Butter

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String Bean and Fingerling Potato Salad With Shrimp: Shrimp are a low-cal, low-fat source of lean protein. While the potatoes and beans are cooking, make the tangy, low-cal vinaigrette. | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Mustard Greens Salad With Pork and Asian Pear: Trim the pork to cut back on unhealthy saturated fats. Mustard greens and pears are both great sources of fiber. | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Moroccan Lamb Salad With Carrots and Mint: Lamb, a tender variety of red meat, is rich in the mineral selenium, which may help keep asthma at bay. It’s also a great source of protein. If you’re tight on time, coarsely grate carrots in a food processor instead of peeling into long strips. | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Citrus vinaigrette: Though there are several competing flavors in this recipe—sweet honey, sour soy sauce, and tart lemon juice—it is surprisingly versatile. Plus, honey may help ease a hangover or clear up a cough. Try serving it over a mixed greens salad or drizzled on top of steamed vegetables. | Health.com

Make Your Own Salad Dressing

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Roasted Beets With Chimichurri: More than just a garnish, parsley—like other leafy greens—is rich in iron and vitamins A, C, and K. | Health.com

4 Easy Clean-Eating Recipes

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Roasted-Squash Salad With Maple Vinaigrette: Who says a salad can’t be rich? Butternut squash, maple syrup, and hazelnuts give you incredible flavor for very few calories. | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Endive, Pear, and Blue Cheese Salad: This unique, savory dish offers a healthy dose of vitamins and good fats. It’s creamy, crunchy, sweet, and perfect for a heart-healthy diet! | Health.com

20 Skinny Main-Dish Salads

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Red cabbage and apple salad with ginger vinaigrette: We guarantee the contrasting flavors in this recipe will make you forget that it's diet-friendly. The heart-healthy fat in olive oil and the protein-packed sunflower seeds team up with fiber-rich apples and cabbage to make this salad much more than just a plate of mixed greens. The tart Granny Smith apples complement the spicy Dijon mustard and contrast the sweet raisins, combining to create a burst of flavor in every bite. | Health.com

Eat More Veggies: 5 Easy Raw Food Recipes

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Indian Cauliflower and Quinoa Salad: This salad is packed with immunity-boosting ingredients. Cauliflower packs vitamin C, and the turmeric in curry powder has curcumin, a compound that fights inflammation and may help protect against cancer. | Health.com

How to Build a Winter Power Salad

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Shallot and grapefruit dressing: The sweet, mild flavor of shallots is the perfect complement to the tart grapefruit juice in this tangy dressing. Sugar and cilantro make a surprising, zesty addition to the mixture. It's perfect with goat cheese, and on top of this mixed greens salad. | Health.com

Make Your Own Salad Dressing

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