nancy Johnson of Laverne, Oklahoma blends together a sweet and tangy dressing to drizzle over this pretty salad. Tip: Substitute a little freshly grated onion instead of onion powder if you have an onion on hand.
I often include this recipe in our strawberry farm newsletter. I get so many compliments on this pretty mix of strawberries, lettuce and onion. The mayonnaise-based poppy seed dressing is actually nice and light.—Laurie Andrews, Milton, Ontario
Give your taste buds a sweet ride with this light, refreshing salad idea from Johnsonville. This salad brings together a great blend of sweet notes with plump, delicious strawberries and tart, crisp Granny Smith apples. For playful texture and balance, walnuts and feta cheese are added to fresh spring greens. Johnsonville's Apple Chicken Sausage is the perfect compliment to an already tasty salad, bringing in a sweet/savory combo that making this meal a fantastic healthy alternative to enjoy your favorite sausages.
A chocolate salad dressing? How else would you dress a salad on Valentine's Day? Don't let the unusual name and flavor combination confuse you—the salty prosciutto and mellow mozzarella are beautifully balanced with the sweet-tart chocolate balsamic vinegar dressing. —Jenni Sharp, Milwaukee, WI
I made fruity chicken salad for a food-preserving class, and it was a tasty triumph. It's crispy, crunchy, healthy and refreshing and pairs well with garlic bread and iced tea. —Betty Henagin, Medford, Oregon
To dress up breakfast, Romaine Wetzel tosses together a fruit medley, then dollops in with citrus-flavored topping. "I sometimes serve the orange cream as a dip alongside fruit," notes the Ronks, Pennsylvania subscriber.
This classic salad pairs perfectly with just about anything you’re serving. The juicy berries add a bright pop of color to the greens, and the sweet, crunchy nuts taste good enough to eat all on their own!