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Salad Recipes For Two

Looking for salad recipes for two? Find salad recipes for two including chicken salads, fruit salads, and more salad recipes for two from the cooking for two magazine.

Festive Tossed Salad

Festive Tossed Salad

Festive Tossed Salad

I STILL do a lot of cooking even though the numbers have changed. I owe my discovery of this salad to my sister-in-law, a Louisiana native and a fabulous cook. It's always a hit with everyone—pretty to serve, adaptable to any number and tasty, too. —Ruby Williams Bogalusa, Louisiana

Potato Salad for One

Potato Salad for One

Potato Salad for One

When I became a widower, I took to heart the challenge of learning to cook just for myself. I now have a growing collection of wonderful single-serving recipes. This potato salad is delicious and a snap to prepare for even the newest cook.—Ray Klinge, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Quick Ambrosia

Quick Ambrosia

Quick Ambrosia

AFTER RAISING four sons, it wasn't easy to scale down my cooking habits, so I ventured into some new recipes that didn't take a lot of time to prepare. This dessert has become a favorite for many of our meals. Fruit is a refreshing finale! -Eleanor Lock, Escondido, California
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Quick Corn Salad for 2

Quick Corn Salad for 2

Quick Corn Salad for 2

I CREATED this recipe because my family is so fond of corn. I tried to add a little zip to it with the marinade and I think I succeeded. I double or triple the recipe for potlucks or when we have dinner guests. In either case, someone's always sure to ask for the recipe. —Mildred Sherrer Bay City, Texas

Fruity Coleslaw

Fruity Coleslaw

Fruity Coleslaw

I RECEIVED this recipe from a friend a long time ago, and it's been a family favorite ever since. The tartness of the slaw and the sweetness of the fruit give it a unique flavor. We like it best served with ham or pork chops. —Margaret Wampler Butler, Pennsylvania

Mother's Sweet Pea Salad

Mother's Sweet Pea Salad

Mother's Sweet Pea Salad

MOTHER made this tasty salad for our Thanksgiving or Christmas diners. But it's so good I make it often during the year. It's an ideal accompaniment for whatever main dish we have for dinner. When served as an individual salad on a lettuce leaf, it's very attractive. —Nellie Dulin Concord, North Carolina

Chilled Vegetable Salad

Chilled Vegetable Salad

Chilled Vegetable Salad

THIS delicious dish was served by my sister-in-law years ago for her daughter's graduation party. She shared the recipe with me, and I've made it many times, adjusting it to the number of people I'm serving. The secret ingredient is horseradish, which gives the dressing a little zing! -Norma Sliper, Moorhead, Minnesota

Fruit Salad Dessert

Fruit Salad Dessert

Fruit Salad Dessert

I AM 83 years old and my mother has been gone for many years, but I'm still using her best recipes. She was a gourmet cook before anyone was using that term and before everyone was counting calories. This was one of our family's favorite desserts when I was growing up, and it's just as good two generations later! —Muriel Fay Walton, Kentucky

Garden Vegetable Salad

Garden Vegetable Salad

Garden Vegetable Salad

MY GRANDMA often made this light garden salad. I especially like to serve it in spring and summer, when we can use fresh vegetables from our backyard garden. The tangy Italian dressing is true to tradition. Crisp and refreshing, this salad complements any meal. -Rosalie Wright, San Jose, California

Old-Fashioned Potato Salad

Old-Fashioned Potato Salad

Old-Fashioned Potato Salad

THE SECRET to the fine taste of this salad results from adding the warm potatoes to the mayonnaise mixture. My Grandma Nellie may have created the recipe herself or brought it with her from Ireland. I recall friends and family often preferred a second helping of potato salad instead of dessert! —Mary Elizabeth Martucci South Bend, Indiana

Crisp Marinated Cukes

Crisp Marinated Cukes

Crisp Marinated Cukes

THIS RECIPE is a favorite of mine not only because it's delicious, but because it was given to me by a very dear friend. I take this dish to many different gatherings and often, get requests for the recipe. It's a wonderful side dish, compatible with any meal. —Kathy Wallace Madison, Tennessee
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