I was watching The Food Network & The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond was on. She was doing an episode of Lighter Versions of some recipes. This one caught my eye… Lighter Asian Noodle Salad Advertisements
Brussels Sprouts are not my favourite vegetable by any means. Sometimes if they are roasted & seasoned with maple syrup….haha….I can eat them! But I do like them raw in this salad. I posted this recipe last year….
I love pasta salad, but the problem is sometimes I find that the pasta is quite tasteless & worse for me is if it is undercooked…or overcooked I suppose! I realize I don’t love the vegetables in there either…I am not being critical of other peoples pasta salads…I just wanted to make mine a bit different…
I was visiting Murray’s aunt a few months ago & went through her recipes! This bean salad recipe is most likely from the 70’s she said! Written on a scrap of paper…I do not know where she got the recipe from.
I posted this recipe in March 2017. I think I will add some raspberries to this salad…I am going to buy a bag of frozen raspberries & toss some into this salad. To make this a dinner salad, you can add some cooked chicken or fish to this! I think this is what we are…
Potluck at the office today so instead of the regular Asian Cole Slaw that I have posted here before I decided to make a similar but different salad. This salad is easy easy easy & also really good!!!
I like to leave the avocado as chunky as possible for this avocado & tomato salad..if you mash it up then it is like guacamole…
I am re-posting this salad …. I really need something green for dinner!! We are in a snow fall warning today in Edmonton….ha so green on our plates tonight!!!
This recipe is adapted from one my mother-in-law makes. I have cut down the sugar & some of the spices… My MIL always had coleslaw in the fridge whenever we went there to visit! Everyone ate coleslaw at least once a day!!
An old favourite salad recipe that I forget about! With all of the new recipes I look at everyday & the new ‘trendy’ way to eat vegetables…kale, shaved brussels sprouts… it is nice to turn back & re-visit some past favs
What a delicious idea! This orzo salad is like a deconstructed California roll! It can be eaten warm or cold & makes a good side dish or a stand-alone dish as well…I liked it the next day for dinner. I made this when we had company over for & everyone really enjoyed it.
Fresh corn cut off the cob, fresh crisp tomatoes, mint & feta! This corn salad is delicious with just olive oil & salt & pepper to dress it. A perfect accompaniment to anything really.