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    Spinach, apples, red onion & pecans in a sweet-tart dressing. To make this salad extra special, I like to glaze the pecans by stirring them with 1 tablespoon sugar in a medium non-stick frying pan over medium heat, stirring constantly until sugar melts. Pour them out on waxed paper and separate with your spoon while still warm. If you do this, you don't need to toast the pecans. It takes about 5 minutes or so for the sugar to melt.

    Recipe #29765

    Serve cold or at room temp. I prefer room temp.

    Recipe #225645

    My friend, Lan, who is Vietnamese, showed me how to make these delicious and healthy spring rolls. These are served cold and are NOT fried. They do require some skill to roll - unless you've made these before, you may want to have extra rice papers on hand in case you tear some! It is crucial to use only fresh herbs etc. in this dish, however you can use any cooked meat or fish combo that you prefer. Vegetarians may omit meat altogether. The prep time given is how long it should take - but first timers may find it takes longer to roll.

    Recipe #20445

    Delicious! And VERY healhty! You can make it even healthier by using light or fat-free mayonnaise.

    Recipe #175469

    This salad combines healthy veggies with a minimal amount of oil, without losing any of it's flavor.

    Recipe #175799

    This is one of our families favorites and it is requested for the family get togethers throughout the year. It is bright, colorful, easy to make and since it uses low fat ingredients guilt free. The recipe was adapted from one served at the Kimbell Museum in Fort Worth Texas.

    Recipe #101803

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Refreshing, quick and easy. Use as a salad or salsa. Fill a wrap, top a plate of greens or grilled fish, meat or chicken. The frozen corn chills the salad down which adds to the refreshing taste for hot summer days! You can go mild or kick it up with a jalapeno or smokey chipotles! Yes, parsley can be use in place of the cilantro.

    Recipe #161980

    Only use fresh ripe tomatoes in season

    Recipe #51235

    This is wonderful on a hot summer night. The flavours are amazing. The longer you marinade the salad the better it is...try to let it sit for 24 hours...You will not be disappointed.

    Recipe #90709

    I have been on a watermelon kick lately so when I saw this in a weight loss magazine I knew it was one I wanted to try. Each 1 cup serving is 1 WW point and this is also a core recipe. The original recipe calls for seedless cucumbers. I'm not someone who is bothered by cucumber seeds in things but if you are, use a seedless kind. Cook time is stand time.

    Recipe #174616

    This salad is simple ingredients, low in fat and delicious!! Everyday Food/March 2006 edition

    Recipe #157578

    This recipe has lots of flavor and crunch! I made it with Recipe #103469 and my company gave me compliments all night long! It was a WINNER!

    Recipe #218814

    What a nice and tangy salad this is...this was a mistake that turned out to be a winner!

    Recipe #121826

    11 Reviews |  By PanNan

    The delicious yogurt dressing in this recipe is flavored with mint, and the salad goes very well served with a spicy meal. It was adapted from a recipe in a Fine Cooking publication. Note: the dressing requires chill time. Be sure to make the salad ahead of time. The chill time is not included in the preparation or cooking time listed.

    Recipe #141443

    9 Reviews |  By WiGal

    This salad came from a KENYA AND TANZANIA web site and is specifically a Swahili recipe. Serve with rice and curry. Posted for ZWT4.

    Recipe #308909

    You've had a long morning of snorkeling, and you're craving some jerk (no, NOT the hirsute one in the Speedo on the chaise lounge next to yours), but you don't want a heavy meal that might cause belly pooch over your bikini bottom. Well, The Kitchen Tourists have just the thing for you: fiery hot jerk salmon, resting on a bed of fresh crisp tossed salad with an island twist, all topped with a sweet and tangy tropical vinaigrette. There, now you're satisfied, and you can still rock that hot little outfit you picked out for the evening waterside festivities. Team contributions that made this recipe what it is are as follows: Captain evelyn/athens = warm allspice and nutmeg, Ed&Theresa = fresh salmon, fluffernutter = kicky ginger, MA HIKER = spicy hot peppers, Mandy from Oz = crisp cilantro, Laffer = cooling papaya, ms.susan = fire-taming coconut milk, TansGram = filling beans, Tisme = zingy lime, tunasushi = crunchy cashews, Muffin Goddess = sweet mango Life is good, mon! Enjoy! (P.S. special thanks to Team Captain evelyn/athens!) NOTE: as noted by a reviewer (and myself, actually, after the fact), the dressing recipe makes way more than you'll need for this salad. The dressing is good on just about any kind of salad (I know, because I went through A LOT of salad trying to use up my batch of dressing lol), but if you don't eat salads very often, you may want to half or quarter the dressing part when you make this. :)

    Recipe #234870

    8 Reviews |  By DebbiF

    I got this from the Barefoot Contessa's book "Parties!" and i use it alot. It is a big hit and easy to make. The time does not include the chilling time as this can be made the night before or earlier in the day.

    Recipe #65656

    8 Reviews |  By ummi77

    Definitely a must have for Thai food fans. I always serve it during BBQ and it is verrrryyy delicious.

    Recipe #31232

    "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

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