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Taste of Home Magazine Salad Recipes

Browse salad recipes from our Taste of Home Magazine including chicken salads, pasta salads, fruit salads, and more salad recipes from our magazine.

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Ginger-Sesame Steamed Vegetable Salad

A homage to my father’s Laotian roots, this warm salad is traditionally prepared with baby bok choy, snow peas, peapod shoots and baby mustard greens. Just use any seasonal green vegetables you like. —Monnie Norasing, Mansfield, Texas
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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

Fruited Floret Salad

Fruited Floret Salad

Fruited Floret Salad

Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and peas are mixed together with juicy sweet grapes in this crunchy refreshing salad that always wins compliments! You can personalize the recipe by substituting your favorite vegetables and fruits. -Teresa Gunnell Leesburg, Virginia

Dijon-Walnut Spinach Salad

Dijon-Walnut Spinach Salad

Dijon-Walnut Spinach Salad

So much flavor for so few fixings! "This family favorite of ours has a great fresh taste, lots of different textures and can be tossed together in a heartbeat," says Chris DeMontravel in Mohegan Lake, New York. "For variety, change up the dressing to honey mustard or any other favorite."
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Small-Batch Potato Salad

Small-Batch Potato Salad

Small-Batch Potato Salad

Since my kids left home some years ago, I have been relying on smaller-portioned. This recipes conveniently calls for canned potatoes, so I can make it at a moment's notice.—June Schwanz, Saukville, Wisconsin

Tomatoes and Cukes

Tomatoes and Cukes

Tomatoes and Cukes

Sometimes, simple is best. That's how I feel about this quick and refreshing summertime salad - a delightful dressing lets the garden-fresh vegetables star. It takes only a few minutes to arrange the slices attractively on a bed of lettuce. -Dorothy Bateman, Carver, Massachusetts

Tomato Parmesan Salad

Tomato Parmesan Salad

Tomato Parmesan Salad

The homemade oil and vinegar dressing is what makes this salad unique. Plus, it features two kinds of lettuce and garden-fresh tomatoes and onions. To save time, I make the dressing in advance and set it aside until supper.—Michele Bently, Niceville, Florida

Soba Noodles with Gingered-Sesame Dressing

Soba Noodles with Gingered-Sesame Dressing

Soba Noodles with Gingered-Sesame Dressing

We love when opposites attract. A sweet and sour gingery dressing goes hand in hand with soft Soba noodles, edamame and crunchy slaw. Add grilled shrimp or chicken for a protein-packed finish. —Mandy Rivers, Lexington, South Carolina

Tangy Potato Salad with Radishes

Tangy Potato Salad with Radishes

Tangy Potato Salad with Radishes

"Summer's approach makes my family think of potato salad. This tangy side is also great in the winter when it's served hot with cubed ham." Peggy Gwillim, Strasbourg, SK

Apple, Blue Cheese & Bibb Salad

Apple, Blue Cheese & Bibb Salad

Apple, Blue Cheese & Bibb Salad

Red or Golden Delicious apples add a burst of fall flavor to this simple salad. Blue cheese and toasted walnuts make it even more special. —Rebekah Beyer, Sabetha, Kansas

Greenback Salad

Greenback Salad

Greenback Salad

Make a playful attempt at recouping some of your tax payments with this salad. A quick-and-easy vinaigrette dressing adds a pleasant tang to any mixture of salad greens and ingredients.—Betty Jean Jordan, Monticello, Georgia

Gingered Cranberry-Carrot Slaw

Gingered Cranberry-Carrot Slaw

Gingered Cranberry-Carrot Slaw

Gingered Cranberry-Carrot Slaw gives this meal a nice tang with its dried cranberries and sweet-tart pineapple dressing. It also complements Asian and Thai foods. Genise Krause of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin shared the recipe.
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