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Diabetic Salad Recipes

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Sunflower Strawberry Salad

Sunflower Strawberry Salad

Sunflower Strawberry Salad

We have an annual Strawberry Festival in our town, so recipes with strawberries are popular here. I've served this salad at luncheons and have always received a lot of compliments.

Two-Bean Rice Salad

Two-Bean Rice Salad

Two-Bean Rice Salad

I've had many people tell me how much they like this salad. It's a great dish to take to a potluck dinner.

Hot Beef and Hazelnut Salad

Hot Beef and Hazelnut Salad

Hot Beef and Hazelnut Salad

Meet the Cook: In my kitchen, leftover roast frequently ends up in this filling salad. While we live in the city, we're surrounded by a park. So a touch of the country's near. Our four girls are 6, 4 and 3 (yes...the youngest are twins).
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Cathy's Tomato-Bean Salad

Cathy's Tomato-Bean Salad

Cathy's Tomato-Bean Salad

As far back as I can recall, my mother and grandmother made this salad...with a few of the ingredients "missing". You see, one night, I was preparing dinner for my future husband—who just happened to be a chef. Naturally, I wanted to impress him with my cooking! But my cupboards were bare—except for a can of "chick-peas" and one of olives. Into the salad they went. That was nearly 7 years ago now...and I'm still serving it the same way today!

Carrot/Lentil Salad

Carrot/Lentil Salad

Carrot/Lentil Salad

I got this recipe in a "swap" with one of my sisters. People usually aren't too familiar with lentils, so they'll at first try only a little. Before long, though, they'll ask to have the bowl passed back down so they can take a "real" helping! We live on a small livestock farm—raising goats, rabbits and chickens—and I've found this salad's an ideal dish to take out to the field. My husband and I have four children, ranging in age from 6 years to 6 months.

Orange and Red Onion Salad

Orange and Red Onion Salad

Orange and Red Onion Salad

It's true—orange and onion really does sound like an unusual combination. But when my husband tasted Orange and Red Onion Salad for the first time, he told me, "This one's worth at least three kisses!" I serve this salad with chicken...it likely would go well with fish, too. Up until a short time ago, we lived in the San Joaquin Valley, where almonds, peaches and other crops thrive. Now—along with our 17-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter—we're settling into our new home in the foothills and getting used to seeing row crops and dairy cows instead.

Cranberry Wild Rice Salad

Cranberry Wild Rice Salad

Cranberry Wild Rice Salad

I first tried this recipe at a luncheon during a holiday home tour. Since cranberries grow well in this area, I love to use the dried variety to give recipes like this hearty salad color and tang. It's a thrill to make it for visitors. -Lyn Graebert, Park Falls, Wisconsin

Potluck Sweet Potato Salad

Potluck Sweet Potato Salad

Potluck Sweet Potato Salad

When I took this salad to a potluck dinner, several people asked me for the recipe. The sweet potatoes make it unique, and it really is delicious.

Mixed Greens with Blue Cheese Dressing

Mixed Greens with Blue Cheese Dressing

Mixed Greens with Blue Cheese Dressing

I like to make this dish with whatever greens are in season. In spring, I use tender young greens from my garden, including spinach and Bibb lettuce. This salad is our favorite to serve with a baked chicken casserole. It's also perfect for potlucks-just toss the dressing with vegetables right before serving.

Layered Crab Salad

Layered Crab Salad

Layered Crab Salad

I am a secretary at the University of Oregon. I love living in Oregon and enjoy cooking with the many foods available in this part of the country. Crabmeat is abundant here and makes a great company dinner.

Zucchini Harvest Salad

Zucchini Harvest Salad

Zucchini Harvest Salad

I'm always looking for new recipes for this versatile vegetable. Zucchini is so abundant this time of year, and it tastes so good! It's easy to prepare, stores well and is colorful. This salad goes well with pork and chicken.
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