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    We love salads. It's filling & satisfying witout weighing you down.
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    I found this recipe in an attempt for something different to use up an over abundance of summer tomatoes! The garlic salt brings out the juices in the tomatoes, it works as an acid, so there is no need for vinegar. My family just went nuts over this! Great as a side dish or as a lite lunch! The ratio of vegetables can be adjusted to suit your own taste.

    Recipe #100069

    This is a salad that even non-cabbage eaters love. It is nice and crunchy with great flavor. I once took it to a potluck in my apartment complex and then had to put the recipe up on the bulletin board because everyone wanted the recipe!

    Recipe #50825

    A very light salad to add to any dinner meals. I developed this recipe in 1995 and it has been a highly rated salad.

    Recipe #18229

    A friend at work gave me this recipe. It is absolutely wonderful. Could be used either as a dessert or a salad. Recipe is easily doubled.

    Recipe #19066

    1 Reviews |  By Kaytie

    Great recipe since I was a kid. VERY easy, not many ingredients.

    Recipe #88573

    We are not usually big fans of iceberg lettuce, but when it's draped in this pink ginger-soy-sesame dressing, as you'll often find it in Japanese restaurants, we can't help but love it. Serve this over iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and grated carrot and you're in heaven. Food for Thought: Chopstick manners-No sucking, waving or poking with chopsticks. From the Take-Out Menu Cookbook

    Recipe #318538

    My husband thought these were a snack I made for him to munch on while he watched TV, they were gone so quick I didn't have time to put them on a salad or a bowl of soup! These would also be great if you sliced the bread, you would need to adjust the baking time.

    Recipe #191309

    A great dip to serve with sliced veggies. From Fit TV's Housecalls.

    Recipe #199416

    Have not tried this yet, but I think it will be much better than the fat free bottled dressing with Buffalo Chicken.

    Recipe #424558

    "Marconi's" restaurant opened it's doors in the early 1920's, and had been a staple on the Baltimore restaurant scene until it closed recently. This historic restaurant is truly where I obtained my love of lettuce salads when I was a youngster. I went with my mother and father, downtown (sometimes even during the week!) to enjoy the great American "classic dinner". I always felt like a grown-up ordering my own salad, which was made table side. I absolutely fell in love with the big old woodened, seasoned, salad bowls and large wooden forks to mix up the ingredients. I could eat anyone under the table eating one of these salads, and to this day, this salad is a favorite of mine. Just recently, this inspired "Marconi Chopped Salad" showed up in the "Baltimore Sun" paper by Brucie White who answered a request for this recipe. Although "Marconi's" never officially published this recipe, Mr. White has tried to put together the components that were so inspired for so long in memory of this great establishment. I have added my own twist by some additions, but I wish to credit Mr. White for his contribution. Go ahead, chop some salad, and remember when.............

    Recipe #383968

    This is from Barefoot Contessa, but I changed some ingredients to lower the calories and fat. It still has the same great taste!

    Recipe #382608

    This is a dish my family and friends ask me to bring to potluck/cook-outs! NEVER any left to bring home! (my sister brings a bowl to take what MIGHT be left) Taste great hot out of the oven or "room temperature"

    Recipe #29767

    20 Reviews |  By Kim127

    This recipe is from the June 2004 issue of Gourmet magazine. Has a nice zing! This will serve about 4-6 people as a main course or over 8 as a side or starter.

    Recipe #153569

    32 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    My mom used to make this for us when we were kids and Dad was out of town. (He was a meat and potato guy). I've adjusted it a little to fit our taste. Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #113272

    80 Reviews |  By Dee514

    A tasty tuna salad which is easy to prepare. I frequently make it during the Summer for a light supper, after a day at the pool. Also works well for picnics. Amounts given are estimates, I usually prepare this "by taste".

    Recipe #28665

    This is most definately my FAVORITE pasta salad in the world! I have been making it for years, but never wrote it down....well...thanks to Recipezaar I'm learning to "measure", LOL!!!! Very happy to share! This recipe is for a small crowd. If making just for your family, omit the rotini, and add only as much of the rest of the ingredients (about half) that you'd like. Don't worry, it's really simple and easy!

    Recipe #126611

    This has been in my recipe box forever so I'm not sure where it came from. This is light so a good pick for those hot days when you just don't feel like eating much.

    Recipe #27195

    This is my oldie but goodie recipe from the back of the San Giorgio box. Never fails and is always a big hit. I usually double the recipe.

    Recipe #106639

    A lighter coleslaw, with less mayo than many - The cilantro variation goes well with Mexican or Thai foods.

    Recipe #302155

    This is great to use as your salad dressing, or as a salad topping with additional dressing. You can also serve this as a side dish, especially when tomatoes are plentiful in the summer months! If you prepare this during a "dry tomato season", plum tomatoes are a good substitute. This recipe came from Southern Living. Please note: Cooking time is marinating time!

    Recipe #366061

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