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Apple Salad with Maple-Mustard Vinaigrette

This seasonal salad will be a hit at any gathering. It’s also easy for weeknights; just halve the recipe. —Beth Dauenhauer, Pueblo, Colorado
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Kiwi-Strawberry Spinach Salad

Kiwi-Strawberry Spinach Salad

Kiwi-Strawberry Spinach Salad

This pretty salad is always a hit when I serve it! The recipe came from a cookbook, but I personalized it. Sometimes just a small change in ingredients can create a big difference. —Laura Pounds, Andover, KS

Catalina Parmesan Salad

Catalina Parmesan Salad

Catalina Parmesan Salad

This salad complements many different entrees. It is easy to toss in any additional salad fixings you have on hand.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Petite Pea Tomato Salad

Petite Pea Tomato Salad

Petite Pea Tomato Salad

From Aurora, Colorado, Janice Mitchell shares, "With it's bright colors this is beautiful on a holiday buffet table, but I also enjoy fixing this simple salad year-round.

Greens with Vinaigrette

Greens with Vinaigrette

Greens with Vinaigrette

This colorful salad topped with a sweet and savory dressing is a refreshing addition to any meal. It's a perfect example of how Mother could turn even simple ingredients into something special. -Nancy Duty, Jacksonville, Florida

Swiss Tossed Salad

Swiss Tossed Salad

Swiss Tossed Salad

This simple green salad requires just a few ingredients, yet its blend of flavors and combination of textures make it seem special. You can toss all the ingredients with the basic dressing or dollop it over individual servings. —Sherian Peterson High Ridge, Missouri

Bacon-Tomato Spinach Salad

Bacon-Tomato Spinach Salad

Bacon-Tomato Spinach Salad

Mom knew how to get us kids to eat our vegetables! This lovely salad combines spinach, tomatoes, red onion and bacon, served with a creamy homemade dressing. It's a classic side dish we've enjoyed for years. —Jeanne Voss Anaheim Hills, California

Colorful Garden Salad

Colorful Garden Salad

Colorful Garden Salad

Red radishes, tomatoes and onion rings are tossed together with contrasting green cucumbers and mixed greens to make this pretty salad. The dressing is sweet and flavorful.—Mary Malchow, Neenah, Wisconsin

Grilled Thai Chicken Salad

Grilled Thai Chicken Salad

Grilled Thai Chicken Salad

“My husband and I love to eat Thai and Indian food, but notice that most of these cuisines do not offer fresh salads on their menus,” writes Grace Kunert of Salt Lake City, Utah. “This is a recipe we developed to keep all those ethnic flavors when we needed a light dinner.”

Italian Tossed Salad

Italian Tossed Salad

Italian Tossed Salad

From Bellville, Ohio, Gayle Parker sent a snappy recipe for Italian Tossed Salad that pressed-for-time cooks can squeeze into any menu. Simple and colorful, it complements a casual lunch or a fancy holiday dinner, she writes. It's a little different from plain old iceberg lettuce and tomatoes. Canned kidney beans add protein and texture, and the pepperoni and other fixings give it a fresh zesty taste. I belong to a camping club that meets monthly, says Gayle. This salad is easy to prepar

Walnut-Cheese Spinach Salad

Walnut-Cheese Spinach Salad

Walnut-Cheese Spinach Salad

Tangy homemade raspberry vinaigrette dressing gives a summery flavor—and a pretty pink-red tint—to this salad that's definitely special enough to serve to company. —Christine Wilson Sellersville, Pennsylvania

Dad's Favorite Salad

Dad's Favorite Salad

Dad's Favorite Salad

My father always liked this salad, so I shared this recipe with my mom. When she first made it for Dad, he enjoyed it so much he told here to be sure to share the recipe with me. I laughed because he didn't know that I had given the recipe to Mom in the first place. I knew he'd like it.—Judy Long, Limestone, Tennessee
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