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Comfort Food Salad Recipes

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Cobb Salad

Made on the fly by Hollywood restaurateur Bob Cobb in 1937, the Cobb salad is a world-famous American dish. Here's a fresh take, with all the original appeal and an extra-special presentation. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Molded Cranberry Nut Salad

Molded Cranberry Nut Salad

Molded Cranberry Nut Salad

We try lots of cranberry recipes, and this one is always requested when we have family get-togethers at Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's also been a favorite dish at every church potluck I've taken it to!

Cherry Gelatin Squares

Cherry Gelatin Squares

Cherry Gelatin Squares

"I like to take advantage of gelatin mixes and pie fillings to make colorful salads that can be prepared the day before you need them," remarks Chris Rentmeister from Ripon, Wisconsin. "These fruity squares are great for everyday suppers yet special enough for company."

Easy Blue Cheese Bacon Dressing

Easy Blue Cheese Bacon Dressing

Easy Blue Cheese Bacon Dressing

“This dressing is absolutely fantastic—I’ve made it again and again,” says field editor Marion Karlin of Waterloo, Iowa. “It has just about everything we like in it.”
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Fruited Lemon Gelatin Salad

Fruited Lemon Gelatin Salad

Fruited Lemon Gelatin Salad

As light and pleasant as a summer breeze - that's how I would describe this sunny salad. With oranges, grapes and pineapple peeking out of every spoonful, it's a fun, fruity addition to any meal. -Erla Burkholder, Ewing, Illinois

Molded Vegetable Salad

Molded Vegetable Salad

Molded Vegetable Salad

I FOUND this recipe years ago in an old cookbook. By using different colored gelatins, it blends in well with special holiday dinners. Of course, I use lime for our St. Patrick's Day celebration. Whatever the holiday, this salad is a big hit and there's seldom any leftover. -Pauline Albert, Catasauqua, Pennsylvania

Rhubarb Pear Gelatin

Rhubarb Pear Gelatin

Rhubarb Pear Gelatin

Rhubarb season is almost here...and this is one of my family’s favorite ways to eat it. I tried this mixture of ingredients on my own, and my family of 12 couldn’t get enough. —Linda Strubhar, Cataldo, Idaho

Pistachio Lettuce Salad

Pistachio Lettuce Salad

Pistachio Lettuce Salad

This colorful salad is topped with a drizzle of delicious honey-and-ginger vinaigrette. You’re sure to bring home an empty bowl.

Chicken Romaine Salad

Chicken Romaine Salad

Chicken Romaine Salad

Mom invented this colorful salad by combining romaine lettuce with toasted pecans, chicken strips, grapes, dried cranberries and cheddar cheese. I think she's particularly proud of this recipe. -Kevin Weeks North Palm Beach, Florida

Cheddar 'n' Pea Tossed Salad

Cheddar 'n' Pea Tossed Salad

Cheddar 'n' Pea Tossed Salad

“My family says, 'Yes!' when they see me preparing this easy no-cook side,” Mandy Cmoc, Yorkton, Saskatchewan advises. “We live on a farm-so in summer, our garden is a handy source for veggie salad ingredients.”

Contest-Winning Curried Chicken Salad

Contest-Winning Curried Chicken Salad

Contest-Winning Curried Chicken Salad

"This is a cool lunch for a hot day," writes Joslyn Stock from Hampton, Iowa. "The flavor offers a nice twist on a traditional chicken salad and I couldn't even tell that it was made with yogurt instead of mayonnaise!"

Crowd-Pleasing Potato Salad

Crowd-Pleasing Potato Salad

Crowd-Pleasing Potato Salad

Everyone loves potato salad but not everyone can enjoy it. This recipe allows everyone, no matter what their diet, to enjoy potato salad.—Marcille Meyer, Battle Creek, Nebraska
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