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Ginger-Sesame Steamed Vegetable Salad

A homage to my father’s Laotian roots, this warm salad is traditionally prepared with baby bok choy, snow peas, peapod shoots and baby mustard greens. Just use any seasonal green vegetables you like. —Monnie Norasing, Mansfield, Texas
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Mediterranean Cobb Salad

Mediterranean Cobb Salad

Mediterranean Cobb Salad

I'm a huge fan of taking classic dishes and adding some flair to them. I also like to change up heavier dishes, like the classic Cobb salad. I've traded out typical chicken for crunchy falafel that's just as satisfying. — Jenn Tidwell, Fair Oaks, California

Barbecue Chicken Cobb Salad

Barbecue Chicken Cobb Salad

Barbecue Chicken Cobb Salad

One night, I already had some barbecue chicken in the slow cooker, but wanted to figure out how to get all my daily vegetable servings in one sitting. I decided to turn our chicken dinner into salads. It was the perfect way to get my family to eat tons of veggies. —Camille Beckstrand, Layton, Utah

Avocado Citrus Salad

Avocado Citrus Salad

Avocado Citrus Salad

We have a 2-1/2-acre avocado grove. It's located on a high slope just north of town. In the distance, we see foothills covered with avocado and citrus groves. Those two crops make a great combination in this salad. Friends always request it. —Dorothy Kostas, Escondido, California
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Ginger-Sesame Steamed Vegetable Salad

Ginger-Sesame Steamed Vegetable Salad

Ginger-Sesame Steamed Vegetable Salad

A homage to my father’s Laotian roots, this warm salad is traditionally prepared with baby bok choy, snow peas, peapod shoots and baby mustard greens. Just use any seasonal green vegetables you like. —Monnie Norasing, Mansfield, Texas

Southwest Iceberg Slaw

Southwest Iceberg Slaw

Southwest Iceberg Slaw

Leah Lyon of Ada, Oklahoma often rounds out a meal with Southwest Iceberg Slaw. "It's a cool, light and versatile side dish I created one day when I was trying to stretch my avocados," she says. "And friends rave about it no matter what vegetables I add!“ TASTY TIP: Try substituting other fresh garden vegetables in this salad or adding low-fat Mexican panela cheese for a light lunch entree, suggests Leah.

Luncheon Pasta Salad

Luncheon Pasta Salad

Luncheon Pasta Salad

I first tasted this salad at a ladies luncheon at church. My husband and children ask for this dish regularly. Freshly baked breadsticks are a tasty accompaniment.

Bacon Caesar Salad

Bacon Caesar Salad

Bacon Caesar Salad

Family and friends always say my Caesar salad rivals any restaurant version. The addition of bacon lends a slightly smoky flavor and makes it unique.—Sharon Tipton, Orlando, Florida

Walnut Romaine Salad

Walnut Romaine Salad

Walnut Romaine Salad

This salad offers plenty of crunch and a zippy vinegar and oil dressing.—Harriet Stichter, Milford, Indiana

Hazelnut and Pear Salad

Hazelnut and Pear Salad

Hazelnut and Pear Salad

My husband, daughter and I raise hazelnuts in the Willamette Valley-so this salad is a family favorite. Since our home state of Oregon grows pears and cherries, too, I included them in the recipe I dreamed up. —Karen Kirsch, Saint Paul, Oregon

Homemade Croutons

Homemade Croutons

Homemade Croutons

You can change up this basic crouton recipe by substituting your favorite herbs and spices.

Greens with Hot Bacon Dressing

Greens with Hot Bacon Dressing

Greens with Hot Bacon Dressing

GROWING UP in a German community, I ate this salad often. It's an old traditional dish - I recall my grandmother talking about her mother making this recipe. As a variation, the "old-timers" in my family enjoy cutting up some boiled potatoes on dinner plates, then serving the warm salad mixture on top of the potatoes. -Robert Enigk, Canastota, New York
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