This inventive Caesar salad, which borrows ideas from three different countries, is a great way to serve broccoli.
Make salad exciting with crunchy almonds, sweet apples, tart cranberries and sharp red onion.
Top tender bibb lettuce with sweet roasted squash, salty feta cheese and toasted walnuts.
Top fresh tomatoes with feta cheese, basil and fish stick croutons for a unexpected and exciting salad.
Make Caesar salad even better by topping it with fresh and smoky grilled shrimp.
Serve grilled jumbo shrimp with a refreshing parsley salad for an easy summer appetizer.
Giada makes a flavorful salad perfect for celebrating the Fourth of July with festive red, white and blue ingredients.
Make Caesar salad more exciting by swapping traditional romaine lettuce for crunchy kale.
Serve classic Cobb salad topped with grilled vegetables and slices of juicy rib-eye steak.
This refreshing salad tastes like summer on a plate.
I love a good chopped salad. Its a convenient way to use your fresh produce, and it makes a delicious lunch.
Make salad — even if you're out of lettuce — with grated carrots, zesty lemon and fresh herbs.
This healthy quinoa salad is packed with delicious and nutritious ingredients to fill you up without weighing you down.
Enjoy this tuna salad on leafy greens, hearty grain bread, as a snack with crackers or all on its own by the forkful.
A creamy, bright dressing livens up the tuna, which is then complimented by buttery walnuts and juicy grapes in this healthy salad.
Toss chickpeas with Italian tuna, lemon juice, a few fresh veggies and herbs for an easy, no-cook dish.
Sweet mandarin oranges, toast almonds and crunchy chow mein noodles make this salad irresistibly delicious.
Classic ambrosia salad is making a comeback thanks to its sweet ingredients and easy prep.
The bold crunch of fresh celery takes center stage in this easy, healthy and spicy salad.
Give Caesar salad a Southern spin with cornbread croutons and crispy bacon.
Fresh herbs and bitter leafy greens make this simple Italian salad the perfect start to any meal.
Crunchy pomegranate seeds and salty feta add flavor and texture to healthy kale salad.
Toss leftover chicken and veggies with farro and kale for a quick, easy and healthy salad.
Make restaurant-quality kale salad at home with this one simple trick.
Make salad fun and flavorful with tart grapefruit, earthy artichokes and fresh fennel.
Use leftover slices of leftover holiday roast to top light and crisp salad with sesame dressing.
Keep salad simple and delciious with Tuscan kale, fresh apples and Pecorino cheese.
Freshly cracked black pepper and Parmesan cheese give this salad big, bold flavor.
Toss turkey with soba noodles and a savory soy sauce for an easy, quick and flavorful weeknight dinner.
Raw, shaved Brussels sprouts come together with walnuts and a sharp cheese in this lemony salad.
Toss butternut squash with crunchy breadcrumbs, Brussels sprouts and tomatoes for an easy autumn salad.
Simple iceberg lettuce gets dressed up with briny olives, marinated onions, salty cheese and fresh herbs.
Salad gets a healthy helping of protein from hearty lamb burgers and pan-fried eggs.
Bulk up salad with beefy short ribs, crisp veggies and flavorful fresh herbs.
Toss together a big salad with fresh Italian flavors to make entertaining effortless.
Celebrate the start of fall with a seasonal salad that features sweet roasted pumpkin and its crunchy seeds.
Sweet grapes, crunchy cabbage, tangy blue cheese and tasty walnuts make this the perfect autumn salad.
Turn a classic BLT sandwich into a flavorful salad with fresh tomatoes, salty bacon and crisp lettuce.
This light and refreshing noodle salad proves ramen is made for more than just soup.
Serve fresh watermelon and fennel salad with crispy coconut shrimp.
Let the natural beauty of summer tomatoes shine with Anne Burrell's simple and seasonal salad.