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56 1/25/13 7:45 P
I've been getting the mixed spring salad lately. Costs a little more than buying regular lettuce but it's more interesting. I like to add things to it that are different colors, roasted red or yellow bell peppers, purple onion, tomato, carrots, artichokes, olives, avocado, to make it look appealing, & have been going through a fat free raspberry vinaigrette phase. And top it w/feta or parmesan cheese. I get cravings for it!
And how could I almost forget mushrooms, 1 of my fav ingredients, with cancer fighting qualities!
Edited by: MOLLYEEEEE at: 1/26/2013 (15:53)
Fitness Minutes: (17,241)
11 1/25/13 2:58 P
My absolute favorite salad consists of spinach leaves, fennel, radishes, and sweet onion, with a little olive oil and lemon juice on top. None of the boring, tastless lettuce--it's got a bit of a punch to it, which is good for me because I'm usually pretty underwhelmed by salads.
Fitness Minutes: (35,031)
265 1/25/13 2:16 A
Sometimes I like to roast root vegetables and toss them in my salad. Tonight I had a massive bed of lettuce topped with a really good stirfry: Garlic, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, zucchini, fresh tomatoes, whole wheat penne (just a little) and asparagus. I put in a few chunks of fresh Parmesan cheese as well. I was in heaven! By the way, I had the same question as you because I wanted a more interesting salad, so I googled "salad" and looked at all the images of them. It gave me some good ideas to try in the future.
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344 1/24/13 2:43 P
I like greek caesar and sante fe!!! look up low cal recipes delish! or apple and craisin
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9,015 1/24/13 2:29 P
almost any vegetable and/or fruit can make a salad most important is the dressing that is used there is a large variety one day at a time
Flank steak on mixed dark greens and maybe escarole or frisee with any number of other toppings- red onion, poached egg, avocado, tomato, etc.
Muffalatta salad- greens with olive salad as the dressing topped with genoa salami, ham, and provolone cheese (obviously, go easy on the cheese and salami, but you can get pretty low fat/calorie ham that would work well.
Bon apatite magazine this month had a fabulouls looking shrimp and escarole salad I am planning to try soon.
Fitness Minutes: (150)
1 1/24/13 9:28 A
I love the Subway oven roasted chicken salad and it's something you can do at home. I combine both lettuce and spinach with tomatos, pickles, black olives, banana peppers, onions and sometimes green peppers and ask for oil and vinegar and salt and pepper-no other dressings as the pickles and peppers add flavoring. Culver's Cranberry Bacon Bleu salad is yummy without dressing. A little more calories, but by not adding dressing, you can cut some. Or make your own with turkey bacon and light blue cheese dressing.
Fitness Minutes: (2,167)
21 1/23/13 8:13 P
My go to salad is baby spinach, sundried tomatoes, feta, basil and balsamic vinegar/dressing. But there are lots of ideas you can find online. I like using this website: http://punchfork.com/recipes/salad
Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
46,222 1/23/13 6:18 P
Panera has a salad that I really love, the Fuji apple chicken salad. It has mixed greens, chopped onion, dried apple chips, pecans, Gorgonzola cheese, chicken and a fruity vinaigrette. You can pick up ideas by checking out restaurant menus and copying their creations, although you have to be careful what you add to salads because the toppings can be high in calories (bacon and creamy dressings, for example).
Fitness Minutes: (56,831)
1,749 1/23/13 4:41 P
I really like salads but I am having troubles with making different salads. Can you tell me an idea of a salad instead of lettuce, tomatoes, corn, mushrooms, chicken and italian salad dressing! I need help!
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