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Peach Chiffon Cups

Peach Chiffon Cups

Peach Chiffon Cups

I like to liven up individual servings with almond slices.—Heidi Doudna, Fairbanks, Alaska

Crunchy Turkey Salad

Crunchy Turkey Salad

Crunchy Turkey Salad

Adding a refreshing salad to the spread is a snap with Brenda Moore James' recipe. "The water chestnuts, almonds, celery and chow mein noodles provide lots of crunch," she notes from her home at Livermore, California. "Topping it all is a sweet-sour dressing my family loves."

Picante Broccoli Chicken Salad

Picante Broccoli Chicken Salad

Picante Broccoli Chicken Salad

Meet the Cook: Since our family likes things spicy, I often add a fresh jalapeno pepper to this salad. It's a simple, savory way to use up leftover chicken. Plus, it's so eye-catching, it could double as the main dish and the table centerpiece! -Krista Shumway, Billings, Montana

Teriyaki Barley Salad

Teriyaki Barley Salad

Teriyaki Barley Salad

Bring a taste of the Orient to your own dinner table with this recipe. It's a salad that tastes like a stir-fry! Try it and see if it doesn't perk up your next dinner.—National Barley Foods Council, Mary Sullivan, Spokane, Washington

Mandarin Chicken Salad

Mandarin Chicken Salad

Mandarin Chicken Salad

The crispy and fruity chicken salad is refreshing served for lunch, dinner or a potluck supper—either warm or cold. For an easy change of pace, I suggest using a bottled salad dressing.—Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon

Hoppin' Good Salad

Hoppin' Good Salad

Hoppin' Good Salad

"Everybunny" at your Easter meal's bound to love this smooth medley—take it from Gail Kuntz. "I have to admit, anything containing cream cheese is automatically a winner with me," the Dillon, Montana cook laughingly confides. "With that ingredient plus tangy oranges, gelatin and fluffy marshmallows, this salad is always a hit with others who try it, too."

Romaine with Oranges and Almonds

Romaine with Oranges and Almonds

Romaine with Oranges and Almonds

This salad complements any entree. The fruit contributes color, the almonds provide crunch and the dressing lends a lightly sweet flavor.—Louise Fauth, Foremost, Alberta

Raisin Broccoli Toss

Raisin Broccoli Toss

Raisin Broccoli Toss

Packed with zest, this raisin salad from Marshfield, Missouri reader Bernice Morris is a lively addition to a country meal. "It's easy to prepare and good for you, too. The walnuts and broccoli add lots of crunch," she notes.

French Dressing Over Iceberg Wedges

French Dressing Over Iceberg Wedges

French Dressing Over Iceberg Wedges

"This dressing has long been a favorite in our family affirms Carol Underhill from her Bathurst, New Brunswick kitchen. "I go the recipe from a friend years ago, who apparently picked it up from a local restaurant.

Tex-Mex Bean Salad

Tex-Mex Bean Salad

Tex-Mex Bean Salad

My father-in-law's recipe, this salad is both pretty and packed with protein. It's also convenient since it uses a variety of canned beans. It's more flavorful when prepared the night before.—Christi Gillentine, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Artichoke Steak Salad

Artichoke Steak Salad

Artichoke Steak Salad

"I came up with my hearty main-course salad to take to picnics instead of lugging along a grill. It's perfect for potlucks, too," reveals Pat Briggs from Sarasota, Florida. "Feel free to substitute other meats for the steak, such as leftover roast beef, grilled pork or chicken.
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