Latest Salad Recipes

Potato Salad with Egg and Lemon Dressing Recipe

Potato Salad with Egg and Lemon Dressing Recipe, Potato salads are a popular addition to any salad spread and are enjoyed  with an assortment of cold meats and fish.  This recipe draws on the contrasting flavors of egg and lemon.  Chopped parsley provides a fresh finish. SERVES 4 Potato Salad with …

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Apple Coleslaw Recipe

Apple Coleslaw Recipe, The term coleslaw stems from the Dutch `koolsla’, meaning “cool Cabbage”. This recipe can be easily adapted to suit different tastes. You can add any chopped nuts or raisins you like to garnish for added texture. For richer coleslaw, add half cup of grated Cheddar cheese. SERVES …

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Maryland Salad Recipe

Maryland Salad Recipe, Barbecued chicken, sweet corn, bacon, banana and watercress combine here in a sensational main-course salad that is out of ordinary.  Serve with baked potatoes and a knob of butter. SERVES 4 Maryland Salad  Ingredients: 4 boneless free-range chicken breasts salt and pepper ½ lb. bacon, rind removed …

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Chicken Liver Bacon and Tomato Salad Recipe

Chicken Liver Bacon and Tomato Salad Recipe, Warm salads are especially welcome during  the autumn months when the evenings are growing shorter and cooler.  Try this rich salad with sweet spinach and bitter leaves of frisee lettuce. SERVES 4  Chicken Liver, Bacon and Tomato Salad Ingredients: ½ lb. young spinach, stems removed …

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Swiss Cheese Chicken and Tongue Salad Recipe with Apple and Celery

Swiss Cheese Chicken and Tongue Salad  Recipe with Apple and Celery, The rich sweet flavors of this salad marry well with the tart peppery nature of watercress.  A minted lemon dressing combines to freshen the overall effect.  Serve with warm new potatoes. SERVES 4 Swiss Cheese, Chicken and Tongue Salad …

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Chicory Salad Recipe

Chicory Salad Recipe, The contrast of the pink grapefruit, creamy chicory, and bright green corn salad makes this dish look simply stunning. Corn salad is also called lamb’s lettuce because the shape of its dark green leaves resembles a lamb’s tongue. The French call it mache. It is easy to …

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