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    A recipe given to me by my Cypriot neighbor.. its really great, with just the right amount of vinegar and olive oil... made a few hours ahead gives the onion a bit of time to absorb the wonderful flavors

    Recipe #383243

    From Taste of Home. Unique salad with pear, apple, dried cranberry, swiss cheese and cashews. Also has a home made dressing.

    Recipe #345041

    A spicy twist on the traditional potato salad. This recipe makes a lot, but it can be cut in half.

    Recipe #380319

    A delightfully healthy recipe by Paula Deen. The dressing is tangy and light; made with olive oil, lime zest, lime juice, fresh cilantro, salt and pepper. Always a big hit at bbq's!

    Recipe #380208

    Tabbouleh is a salad of herbs, vegetables, and bulgur wheat. It's easy to make, but does require a long chill time, so start early in the day to enjoy a hearty dinner full of vegetables. This is a vegetarian recipe, you can add chicken or other meat if you can't do dinner without it.

    Recipe #378884

    Cooking Light, MAY 2009

    Recipe #377937

    This recipe comes from the June 2009 Best Recipes cookbook(let), Summer Salads & Sandwiches.

    Recipe #377543

    An easy to make Mediterranean-Style salad.

    Recipe #375967

    I have not tried this recipe. I got this recipe from Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals.

    Recipe #319218

    Got this recipe from June 2009 issue of Real Simple. My boyfriend refuses to eat mayonnaise so I have to find a way to get around that and still serve my favorite dishes. I am very excited to try this! You can make this dish the night before but just wait until serving time to add the bacon so it is nice and crisp. Enjoy.

    Recipe #371764

    Easy, fresh and delicious! This came from my June 2007 issue of Cooking Light, and I don't want to lose this recipe. It is filled with fresh veggies and dressed with a light olive oil and red wine vinegar dressing.

    Recipe #371885

    Make ahead & let marinate an hour or so at room temp to let flavors develop. Mmmmm, delicious!! We tend to increase the parsley &/or cilantro if that's all we've currently got in the garden. The more parsley the better!

    Recipe #368229

    A unique version of a potato salad without any mayo. Good for cookouts and potlucks. I think the friend who gave this to me said it came from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #365320

    This colorful asparagus and radish salad is dressed with a sesame-soy vinaigrette; pair it with grilled shrimp and rice noodles. Sounds yummy to me. . .found in Eating Well and placed here for safe keeing. They say this vegetarian salad is low calorie, low fat, low sodium and heart healthy.

    Recipe #359983

    Fresh or baby garden peas are great with this refreshing salad.

    Recipe #112539

    This potato salad is a little out of the ordinary, but so good.

    Recipe #356038

    1 Reviews |  By Chickee

    I love this Syrian salad, it makes a great summer barbeque addition to spiced kebabs. From SBS Food Safari.

    Recipe #356136

    I remember these from my childhood.48 years later I finally got the recipe so I am posting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #355880

    From Madison Middle School.

    Recipe #355488

    This is a modified version of a Betty Crocker recipe. It's ready after resting for 1 hour after preparation, but it should be made at least overnight, preferably 2 days in advance, to generate excellent sweetness and creaminess. The sour cream "kicks it up" just enough to generate a lot of compliments. I added a touch of vinegar, offset with sugar, which seems to greatly promote the development of flavor as it "ages". NOTE: I don't bother shredding the cabbage and carrot, I simply buy a 16 oz. bag of "shredded cabbage and carrots for cole slaw" in the salad veggies section of my supermarket. The listed prep time is based on that short cut.

    Recipe #354734

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