Salads aren't just for busy weeknights; serve them when company's coming to showcase the bright flavors of fresh produce.
This 25-minute salad combines sweet nectarines with savory goat cheese for a dynamic flavor combination that perfectly complements
the grilled chicken slices and toasted pecans.
Bring the flavor of a Mexican fiesta to salad night with this flavor-packed one-dish meal. Reserve a portion of the marinade,
made from bottled salsa and dried spices, to use as the dressing. The chicken needs to marinate for an hour, so prep this
meal before leaving in the morning or as soon as you get home. Once it's marinated, the meal comes together in about 15 minutes.
Pick up fried chicken at the grocery store or save a few pieces from your last homemade batch to whip up this summer-fresh
salad in a hurry. A rainbow of vegetables, including corn, red pepper, celery, and lima beans, gives this one-dish meal flavor
and a hearty dose of color. Top with a tangy Dijon vinaigrette and serve with a glass of iced tea.
Take the work out of making dinner by dishing up a no-cook salad. Pick up a rotisserie chicken from the deli and add the chopped
meat to the hearty greens. Top with a zesty dressing flavored with honey and ground fresh ginger.
Dredge chicken in ground walnuts and pan-fry for about six minutes to get a flavorful dinner of warm fried chicken on a bed
of mixed greens. Top with a drizzle of homemade Buttermilk-Honey dressing and a few cherry tomatoes, then serve on a large
Whip up this restaurant-favorite salad at home. Bacon, blue cheese, avocado, and chicken are all key ingredients for a classic
Cobb. For extra flavor, add green onions and tomatoes, then toss with store-bought Italian dressing for a filling dinner in
Skip the bottled variety and make a delicious from-scratch Caesar dressing to top a dinner of pan-sautéed chicken on crisp
romaine lettuce. Sprinkle Parmesan cheese over the salad and serve with toasted French bread for an Italian-inspired dinner
in about 20 minutes.
Instead of heading out to dinner, make a restaurant-ready main dish salad at home. Store-bought tomato chutney and olive oil
vinaigrette combine to make a tangy dressing that perfectly complements the blackened steak seasoning on the chicken. Save
leftover chicken for easy grab-and-go sandwiches later in the week.
Chicken Salad with Peaches, Goat Cheese, and Pecans
Fresh peaches and goat cheese headline this simple no-cook salad recipe. The 8-ingredient vinaigrette, made with pantry staples,
takes minutes to make and is a delicious complement to the other ingredients in the salad.