This dish provides the nutrient-rich benefits of liver, combined with the high levels of anti-oxidants found in oranges, parsley and salad greens.
High in omega-3 oils from the sardines, this salad is also rich in anti-oxidants, thanks to the orange, almonds and salad greens.
Instead of serving pizza with a salad, combine the two for a light, healthful one-dish meal.
Jam-packed with essential nutrients and vitamins, this hearty salad will fill you up without packing on the pounds.
Wild blueberries, chickpeas, kale and pumpkin play a starring role in this healthy and nutritious meal.
Apple, celery and roast sunflower seeds pep up this nutty-flavoured salad.
All the flavours of fall in one delicious salad.
Enjoy this tasty and fresh bowl of greens any time of the year!
This recipe focuses on the craft of cooking as opposed to the artistry. It’s composed of three ingredients that are allowed to taste like themselves: arugula, pears and beets.
This light and healthy salad is a snap to make.
The combination of arugula and basil makes this the perfect summer salad. You can also add other greens of your choosing or edible flowers, such as nasturtiums. Flank steak works best here as well because of its rich flavor.
This refreshing salad makes for a satisfying meal on its own. (If you try serving it as a side, it could very well upstage the main course!)
A creamy and comforting classic with a salty twist.
A coarsely ground wheat grain, bulgur is quick to prepare and makes an ideal pantry standby to use in hot and cold dishes. This nutty-textured, colourful salad is lovely to look at and full of flavourful goodness.
This hearty salad features pesto made of walnuts and peppery watercress, leaving a savoury twist on the classic basil-pine nut version. -with more chopped cress, lean ham, and lima beans tossed in a lemon and yogurt dressing.
In the classic version of this French salad, vegetables are arranged on separate plate. But here, they’re tossed together in a lemon vinaigrette. Thick, fresh tuna steaks are cooked to medium-rare, sliced, and placed on top of the tossed salad.
Assemble this dish just before serving: An enzyme in kiwi will break down the protein in chicken if it sits too long. So enjoy this spicy and refreshing dinner salad while the chicken is still warm.
Peppery arugula and tart grapefruit are bright counterpoints to sweet seared sea scallops and salad greens, all in a tangy mustard vinaigrette. Have this feast-for-the-taste buds on the table in under 30 minutes!
A light dressing made with tahini, lemon, and tarragon gives this chicken breast fillet salad plenty of flavour. Baby spinach and orange segments add freshness, and almonds contribute a tasty crunch.