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12 Salad Recipes For This Summer

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12 Salad Recipes For This Summer

1. Easy Summer Salad with Fresh Herbs, Peaches, and Corn

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    With heirloom tomatoes, peaches, and herbs like basil and fresh mint, this salad is a refreshing burst of seasonal colors and flavors. The easily accessible ingredients and the minimum assembly time is sure to make this summer salad a regular on your menu.

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    2. Pomegranate Summer Salad

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      Tossed with a creamy, sweet, and slightly tart salad dressing, this pomegranate-studded summer salad has a Greek touch to it. Fried cheese, nuts, and mushrooms add great texture and crunch.

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      3. Spanish Ham Salad with Melons and Figs

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        Fresh, tasty, and gorgeous, this summer salad combines black mission figs, Charentais melon and Spanish ham. Sprinkle some basil leaves and drizzle a couple tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil to serve this energizing salad.

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        4. Polish Summer Soba Salad

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          Japanese soba noodles are made from buckwheat. In this inventive summer salad, soba noodles are combined with celery-seed-dusted roasted beets, scallion greens, English cucumbers, and roasted walnuts. Cooked white beans add more nutritional value while ensuring that the salad is a satisfying meal by itself.

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          5. Spicy Cabbage Slaw

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            Habanero peppers can be used to spice up this tasty salad of finely shredded Savoy cabbages, grated carrots, and thinly sliced red onions. Jalapeño peppers are the best option for a milder version.

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            6. Grilled Cheese Curd Panzanella

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              Heirloom tomatoes flavored with garlic and basil, crunchy bread cubes, and grilled cheese curds combine to form a stunning salad.

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              7. Salsa-meets-Salad

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                Avocados, cherry tomatoes, English cucumbers, red peppers, and fresh cilantro are marinated overnight in lime juice along with black beans and cooked corn.  Great for weight loss, this salad has plenty of fiber and protein. A serving of this salad is less than 300 calories.

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                8. Summer Salad with Green Herb Dressing

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                  Boiled eggs, crispy grilled salmon, roasted sourdough bread chunks, and cooked green beans are tossed in a green aromatic dressing made of anchovies, sun-dried tomatoes, basil leaves, parsley, chives, and garlic.

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                  9. Creamy Summer Pasta Salad

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                    Ideal for a light meal or the perfect side dish for a barbeque, this creamy and tangy pasta salad has broccoli florets and sliced black olives. The broccoli should be cooked only long enough to soften the crunch and brighten its color. You can add it to the boiling pasta water for the last 30 seconds or you can just zap it in the microwave for a minute.

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                    10. Pretty Checks Summer Salad

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                      A pretty and colorful salad with cubes of watermelon, heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, avocado, and radish dressed with balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Garnish with a sprinkling of coriander seeds and chopped fresh herbs like cilantro, basil, and chives.

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                      11. Summer Shrimp Salad with Avocado

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                        This healthy and delicious summer salad uses crispy Iceberg lettuce, avocado, shrimps, and pistachios. Slightly bitter extra virgin olive oil is recommended in the dressing to balance the sweetness of the avocado. One serving of this light and crunchy salad is just 140 calories.

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                        12. Southern Tuna Macaroni Salad

                        A macaroni salad should never be dry. This creamy salad with elbow macaroni has chopped hard-boiled eggs, tuna flakes, diced celery, green bell pepper cubes, sliced onion, and mayonnaise. Stirring in the sweet relish and dill relish adds amazing flavor to this recipe. Season with salt and pepper according to your taste. Spread in a casserole dish and garnish with parsley and paprika.  The bell pepper, onion and celery add a nice crunch in contrast to the creaminess of the mayonnaise. Chill for a minimum of two hours before serving. Refrigerating overnight really allows the flavors to blend together.The eggs and tuna make this a protein-rich salad.

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