posted in response to a recipe request from our local paper.
cleaning out my cookbook cabinet. setting aside recipes i'd still like to try. from the "moosewood cookbook". does not include chill time.
from cooking light. another pre-wedding winner! :)
from www.topsecretrecipes.com. this is my all time favorite ranch dressing and i found it at outback. each packet of the dressing mix hold approximately 3 tablespoons worth of mix so you can triple the recipe, or make it 3 separate times. this recipe goes
i needed a salad dressing for my lunch salad. felt like something lemon-y, so i combined the lemon juice with the garlic and olive oil. had a small piece of cheese, so i grated it up and added it.
a popular street snack in mexico. it's light & refreshing, crunchy & sweet with a little bit of heat! make your dressing first, then prep the salad. from chef jeff smedstad & the elote cafe.
on a trip to new orleans, we had lunch at a delightful little restaurant named the ugly dog saloon and barbq. those at our table loved their cole slaw and it's delicious dressing. the waitress graciously copied the recipe for us from the kitchen wall. her
great served in lettuce cups and garnished with tomato.
my sister in law, cassie, made this as a side dish, and it was so good that i wanted to share it!
this is the salad loretta brings to all of our family gatherings. we always request her to bring this one no matter what the occasion. she came up with this after having lunch at reed-n-cross and having a broccoli salad she just loved. now we all love
from a german website about travelling in egypt. they say that beet root is a popular compound of salads in egypt and also a popular side dish. cooking time is chilling time. submitted for visit egypt / name forum may 2012
i don't know who susie is, but my mom has made this salad for years and it is my absolute favorite! everyone requests this dish whenever we go to barbecues! don't add the dressing until right before serving or the salad will become soggy. i have made this
every year, on israel's independence day, we all go off and have a barbeque in a public park together with friends and family. every year, without fail, my sushiman makes his sick salad. sushiman is british, so sick means barf. and it really does look
this is a delicious, creamy simple potato salad! i'm not a fan of the potato salads with all the extra ingredients in it (relish, celery, etc). i love the true flavor of potatoes and hard boiled eggs that this dish creates. this makes a large pot - the
this is the only dressing i will ever use for caesar salad. it is from the creator of the caesar salad, cesar cardini. you can make it, like i do, or you can buy it in the store. it's a large bottle for 6.99 but this dressing goes a long way. note that
with a wonderful combination of colors and flavors, this pasta salad goes great with barbecued chicken or pork. i found this recipe in a magazine, i think toh, but not sure. not yet tried by me but here for safe keeping because it sounds good and a litt
yep, this is the real stuff that your great aunt martha made for her covered dish at the annual family reunion down at the old home place. no frills but wonderful cole slaw. this is the recipe that i exclusively use on pork barbeque sandwiches too. this c
according to marcus samuelsson, this is a very traditional swedish salad and a classic accompaniment to swedish meatballs. i made it, using his pickled beet recipe (posted here), but you could certainly substitute your own favorite. it's very easy to pu
this salad get its kick from ground red pepper. you can go hotter or milder by adjusting the amount of red pepper
this is the best dressing i've ever had, other than ranch. seriously love this dressing, first had it at soul vegetarian restaurant, and wanted more salad!! even my non-vegetarian-loving husband loves this stuff!
fresh and delicious side-dish served warm or cold. although the recipe calls for 1lb pasta, i prefer more of the pestonade; i either cut the pasta amount or double the pestonade!
i found this recipe on the eating well website amongst the diabetic friendly recipes. it's supposed to be an appetizer but i served it over a nice salad as a cool, refreshing summer dinner. we loved it. the shrimp are super simple to prepare and they t
this recipe makes a large amount, sufficient to serve 12-15. it is always well-received when i take it to covered dish meals at church. while it is not for those on low-carb diets, it is acceptable for low fat diets.
enjoy this flavorful salad with falafel, barbecued meat, fried fish or spoon it into a pita pocket. the recipe can be found in the arabian nights cookbook: from lamb kebabs to baba ghanouj, delicious homestyle arabian cooking. i found the recipe in the t
i have never tried this myself. i am posting this recipe because it is the ingredent of the month. i am not a real big cantaloupe fan. please try it and let me know how it is.
this is a beautiful and delicious salad. this is also very nice and a bit milder served with golden delicious apples.
this is a fun salad that uses the same ingredients you would in an italian sandwich. water chestnuts give it a nice crunch!!
this is from bh&g's low calorie magazine, spring 1986 issue. the intro says, "tabbouleh, middle eastern in origin, is made with bulgur, a wheat product." i confess that i love this salad!
this favourite of ours is posted by request. it's a lovely summer side dish, as it's served cold.
drizzling sweet pickle juice over the warm potatoes is the secret to this delicious potato salad. tastes like a contrest entree at the state fair! from bon appetit.
this recipe is so good. it has character with all the ingredients used. i got this from my friend, cindy, whom i work with. try it--it is delicious.
this is a distinct dressing that will enhance the dining experience! enjoy!
this is my go-to salad for caters and potlucks. in the time is takes to cook the pasta, you can have the rest of the ingredients assembled. the peas go in frozen to help cool the salad immediatly. you can use real crab meat or surimi imitation crab found
another different way to have coleslaw. a lighter version than using mayonnaise based dressings. this comes from a friend who got it from her sister who got it from??
this is not your usual macaroni salad....there is no miracle whip in this. when i first saw it i was a little put off because of the looks of it, but was sooo surprised when i tasted it!!glad i did! tasty & a nice change.(i put 1 day for cook time as this
this is my mom's specialty. i hated it as a little kid, but now i adore it and make it often. it was hard to nail my mom's recipe down to measurements, but we figured that this was the closest we could get without saying
oh this is so good! not your usual bleu cheese dressing at all--this one contains no mayo or sour cream. an excellent, elegant dressing for your salad greens, served along with a steak and baked potato. this is the house dressing as served at the briganti
good accompaniment to lamb or poultry.
a southwestern pasta salad that is really easy to throw together. orignially from the veggie life summer '03 magazine.
we usually make this salad once a week when we can get ripe local tomatoes and usually double or triple the recipe.
great cold meal for summer, or to bring to a get together. low fat, and delicious! this is a recipe i've found different variations of in a couple of magazines. prep time depends on if you need to cook the pasta. feel free to change amounts to suit your t
mother and i loved to dine at neiman marcus' zodiac rooms until just before here death - i would move from menu item to menu item through the years, but mother always had the salad luncheon platter and never waivered - it may have changed over the years,
my favorite summer salad from dickie brennan’s restaurant in new orleans.
this salad makes a lovely presentation at your holiday table --- feel free to add in other ingredients to the salad, i also like to add in chopped apples just before serving, the dressing must be added in just before serving :)
this is something i threw together with things i found in the fridge. it's a nice lunch, or
it is a variation on a cucumber salad my grandmother always makes in the late spring and summer. of course, she uses real dill out of her garden. in any case, my dad is now diabetic and so we made some substitutions. it is a refreshing addition to any mea
bocconcini are the smaller fresh mozarrella cheese sold in brine. they are much tenderer and worth the exttra money. this is a nice variation of the usual salad.
this versatile vinaigrette dressing can be used on many different kinds of dishes including pasta salad and is good warm as well as cold. by jana lane on suite101.com. this recipe is posted as written for safe keeping.
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