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    From a 1980 cookbook called Texas Recipes from Texas Places

    Recipe #260540

    My mother made this every holiday. I think the original is supposed to be layered. I am not sure. I just mix it all together and let things fall as they may. She didn't have a food processor, so I don't think this is, exactly, her recipe. It is what I do these days.

    Recipe #451357

    This salad is a little different from most pear and walnut salads as it has a creamy bleu cheese dressing, not a vinaigrette. The creaminess of the dressing, the sweetness of the pears, the crunch from the glazed walnuts and a little zip from the dried cranberries make this a very unique and tasty salad. I started making it this way a few years ago, and everyone loved it, so it is a staple in our house now. The combination of the flavors is awesome. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

    Recipe #418761

    A refreshing treat, the recipe for this comes from the 2004 Healthy Latino-Recipes Made with Love.

    Recipe #368789

    Could be appetizer, salad or dessert!

    Recipe #452732

    Similar to Belinda's Ramen Salad but less butter.

    Recipe #451880

    Cucumber water is a great pairing for this refreshing salad. To maximize all parts of the Ontario greenhouse cucumber, add left over ends of cucumbers or slices into a pitcher of ice water. This makes for a thirst quenching beverage.

    Recipe #459662

    This easy salad is delicious when made from fresh corn, but for ease or winter using frozen or canned corn bring excellent flavor, too. A great side for your family's "South of the Border" night or Church potluck! Since you are dicing plum tomatoes & red onion, it's a good time to make my Tabasco Guacamole as well. From Parade Magazine.

    Recipe #111882

    This salad is beautiful, refreshing and delicious! I got this from my sister, but originally it came from a cookbook -- I don't know which one. Prep time does not include time to chill before serving.

    Recipe #65604

    Recipe #278165

    This is what happens when you play "Round the World" - you find some really interesting recipes from distant places. Remind me to go to West Africa one day; they already have some of the world's best music and now they show that they can cook too. Looking forward to trying this in the future. I'm not sure about the servings - this looks so good that I guess that in our house it would feed the 2.5 of us. A yellow melon is also suggested as a substitute for the mango if this is not available.

    Recipe #50398

    Mango kerabu is a spicy sweet salad which is a speciality of the northern eastern side of Malaysia. This kind of salad is very popular across the border in Thailand.

    Recipe #284253

    From - & raw chef, Vanessa Sherwood. According to We like it, this recipe would be best with champagne mangoes (There's 400 varieties of mangoes - use whatever is locally available.)

    Recipe #366362

    This Malagasy salad is cooked and cooled.

    Recipe #452443

    Recipe #451937

    This is one of my keepers in the search for papaya recipes to use the abundance from my yard.

    Recipe #452246

    From Phuket Thai Restaurant, in Hawai'i.

    Recipe #281661

    Simple and delicious. VERY similar to what I used to make for my father.

    Recipe #451898

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    From Apparently, the secret to this sweet and light couscous salad is to cook the couscous in orange juice. This copycat recipe is from the new cookbook, "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 3" by Todd Wilbur. Recipe needs time to chill before serving.

    Recipe #442519

    One day my sharemate sunny's mom came to Aus. She took us to the Thai restaurant and we had this salad. The combination of fish sauce and lime juice is really nice and roasted peanut gives nice crunchiness in the salad. I found the recipe and I thought I should share it with Thai food lovers!

    Recipe #230257

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