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    2 Reviews |  By Tarynne

    This is great for a light lunch. Double the recipe it is also good as a potluck dish. Always had rave reviews on this one

    Recipe #20213

    From Family Circle

    Recipe #154584

    1 Reviews |  By Evie*

    From a cookbook I got at the library

    Recipe #221693

    Cheer up a chicken salad, make it minty and then add some Asian flavours.

    Recipe #357130

    This light and refreshing Vietnamese Chicken Salad is really quick to make. It can be eaten alone as a light meal or served as a main meal, over steamed rice. Because I don't like my food too spicy, I omit the chilli, but I've left it in the ingredients listed. Some will no doubt want to increase the spiciness. When serving it to others, I've doubled the recipe and made two versions: one spicy, one not. And been very careful not to mix them up, by putting them in colour-coded serving bowls! Both versions have been eaten with enthusiasm, both by those who are familiar with Vietnamese cuisine and those who are not. Adapted from Lulu Grimes' book "Food: buy it fresh: Cook: cook it simply; Eat: eat it now". If you are serving this salad to guests, and planning ahead, it's worth going to an Asian greengrocer's and buying the authentic ingredients.

    Recipe #121519

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From a cookbook with step by step photos and instructions (I ripped this out of it before getting rid of it) but I don't see the name on the pages. The cook's tip: Shrimp are available ready cooked and shelled. To cook shrimp, boil them for 2 minutes. Allow them to cool in the cooking liquid, then gently pull off the tail shell and twist off the body.

    Recipe #271495


    Recipe #85926

    Store cupboard staples are quickly combined to delicious effect in this hearty supper dish with the rich fruity taste of sun-dried tomatoes.

    Recipe #239302

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    The most important thing in this salad is to slice the cucumbers VERY think like they do in Japanese restaurants. It makes all the difference.

    Recipe #172607

    This is a delicious summer salad. I use ready-made Sweet Chilli Sauce, and to give the salad interest, I use a variety of different lettuce leaves, some chopped spring onions (shallots), parsley, watercress, cherry tomatoes halved, and sometimes some chervil.

    Recipe #22094

    This is a light and crispy salad great for a summer picnic or when it's too hot out to cook. I've had this recipe for years and have no idea where it originally came from. It's extremely easy to prepare and is always a hit.

    Recipe #313240

    A great variation to the original Cobb salad! From Home Basics magazine. You may also use chicken if you wish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #87605

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A type of cole slaw with chicken and cellophane noodles, pronounced "nyome". This makes an excellent side dish or a main dish if served with rice.

    Recipe #78491

    A really good chicken salad to serve for picnics or potlucks.

    Recipe #150522

    I love a good cesear salald. Especially if its got another of my favorite ingredients in it, shrimp! I stumbled across this recipe and tweaked it to my own likings. If you don't want to use shrimp, you can use cubed chicken breast or sliced roast beef instead.

    Recipe #102490

    I got this somewhere on the net. It's good.

    Recipe #122875

    I made this tonight. It's loosely based on a recipe from the Marie Claire cookbook Zest and I used Ras el Hanout spice mix in it. I have a recipe for that here-the no. is 80983

    Recipe #99655

    Very simple but a treat to eat. Always an instant hit.

    Recipe #43389

    I particularly like this recipe because it is easy and can be put together after work and looks like you worked all day on it.

    Recipe #95451

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