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    TNT - Salads and Salad Dressings

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    A lighter version of this favorite salad dressing. Originally from my local news paper, The San Jose Mercury News.

    Recipe #302637

    A few years ago, I had a wedge salad in a restaurant and really enjoyed it. I found this variation on the internet; it's easy to make and tastes great.

    Recipe #369211

    5 Reviews |  By gertc96

    During the summer our family eats a lot of salads. I love how refreshing they are and the fact that they are healthy doesn't hurt either. This salad is a meal in itself or could be used as a side dish.

    Recipe #301629

    Potato salad with a twist - less mayo, more mustard. And not sweet - dill pickles take the place of traditional sweet pickles, And seasonings are savory and piquant to match the dill.

    Recipe #363078

    11 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    Sweet and tangy. I found this on a magazine clipping in my grandma's recipe box. I know she used to freeze it, although I haven't tried that yet. The long cook time is the marinating.

    Recipe #135855

    While I was growing up, this was one dish you could expect to find at every picnic or family get-together in the summer. My kids always expect me to make it when they come over for dinner too. Cooking time represents the chill time.

    Recipe #157148

    I used to love getting this salad at Dayton's in Minneapolis. Had the recipe for 10 years, and then seem to have misplaced it in a move. Luckily, the Marhsall Field's people came through for me, and I'm posting it here for safe-keeping. It IS delicious! Many have asked me for the recipe!

    Recipe #95703

    My mother made this salad and my family (those who don't have texture problems) loves it. She got this recipe from the Columbus Dispatch in Ohio. It uses everyday ingredients on hand. Update: I cut the amounts for the dressing in half, to decrease the amount of left over dressing.

    Recipe #228781

    Yet another delicious recipe from the Pass It On cookbook compiled by the ladies at the Presbyterian Church in my hometown.

    Recipe #119357

    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Jicama is easily accessible in my part of the world and I am always looking for new and different ways to prepare it. This recipe is from "The New Family Cookbook for People with Diabetes". Makes a nice addition to a cookout. Please note: The cook time is the recommended chilling time.

    Recipe #353353

    This is my favorite salad to make for family gatherings and potlucks. It's very easy and so much healthier than potato salad. It can be made ahead--in fact, it's at its best after about 12-24 hours of marinating. It keeps well in the fridge for about 2-4 days before it starts to deteriorate in quality. Prep time is estimated; you can buy pre-washed broccoli florets and cauliflowerettes to speed preparation. Cooking time is minimum marinating time.

    Recipe #165725

    This is a light, creamy, lemony dressing, perfect for salads like spinach with hard boiled eggs, bacon, and mushrooms. Use it as you would any oil and vinegar dressing, too!

    Recipe #92992

    8 Reviews |  By twissis

    Here's a healthy, tasty & low-fat variation on a cucumber salad that provides the creamy texture w/o the use of mayo or sour cream. It uses cottage cheese to do that & my DH has come to like it nearly as well as the mayo or sour cream varieties. This works well as the salad part of a dinner meal, a light lunch & even travels well for a picnic or camping trip. Enjoy!

    Recipe #179388

    1 Reviews |  By acerast

    A refreshing salad of middle eastern origin that is colorful and healthy. My friend Georgia made this for our Christmas carry-in and everyone loved it! Consider doubling it - you'll want seconds.

    Recipe #279093

    A great simple faux crab meat pasta salad.

    Recipe #168367

    We are buying tomatoes this summer in huge amounts so this is what we are eating pretty much every day. This is the base version, but I also sometimes throw avocado or green onion in. You can do pretty much anything you want with this. It's sooo easy. The amounts are just approximates - it will vary by taste.

    Recipe #240518

    The lime in this brings the intense flavor that wakes up greens. You may spray or splash this on a salad. Adapted from Great Good Food by Julee Rosso.

    Recipe #183946

    Creamy avocado dressing for salads, pasta, etc.

    Recipe #316766

    This is a simple salad to make that you may use as a lunch or at a cook-out. Years ago, when I was little, an aunt used to come to see us and bring a pasta and tuna salad to bring to the beach (on ice, of course). We would have a picnic and I remember the little shell pasta having tuna tucked inside. I thought that was great and I loved it; soooo cute. After I grew up and got married I continued to make this salad in the summer and still do. And each time it reminds me of the times at the beach and the little pieces of tuna tucked into the shell. I thought that my aunt was so smart thinking of shells to bring to the beach. It really doesn't take much to make a kid happy, huh?

    Recipe #231861

    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    this makes a great filling lunch I make it today.

    Recipe #31039

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