The solution to the lunchtime salad rut, Salad in a Jar provides healthy, easy alternatives to dissatisfying or overpriced grab-and-go meals. These nutritionally balanced recipes are perfect for making ahead. Anna Helm Baxter reveals the keys to layering ingredients to maximize freshness and texture for a hearty and satisfying dish or snack. Tips and tricks include instructions on designing salads in a jar with recipes for raw salads, side salads, meal salads, snacks, and desserts.
Chopped, tossed, shredded, composed--salads are versatile in both form and flavor. They're an appealing and healthy way to showcase favorite seasonal produce. From light starters to protein-rich main course salads to palate-cleansing accompaniments, these much-loved adaptable dishes can play a delicious role in virtually every lunch or dinner, every day of the year. This is a revised and revamped edition of Williams-Sonoma Salad of the Day--the bestselling 2012 title, including new images and over 90 new recipes.Williams-Sonoma Salad of the Day is a calendar-style cookbook that offers 365 enticing salads suited for any meal, occasion, or mood. Vibrant, fresh, and extremely versatile, salads are the ultimate expression of the changing seasons--and make a fantastic meal or side dish any day of the year. New recipes include Warm Gigante Bean Salad with Herb-Roasted Red Onions & Wilted Greens; Crispy Kale & Brussels Sprouts Salad with Anchovies, Parmesan Crisps & Fried Egg; Grilled Calamari Salad with Padron Peppers & Green Harissa; Herb-Grilled Lamb & Grilled Green Onion Salad; Crispy Eggplant, Miso Butter & Charred Sungold Tomato Salad; Carrot and Medjool Date Salad with Creamy Gorgonzola Dressing; Nopales and Hominy Salad with Skewered Pork and Pepper Kebobs; Black Olive and Calamari Salad with Parsley and Mint Vinaigrette; Fresh Horseradish Salmon Cakes on Wilted Greens, and more. Capture the essence of spring with a pasta salad featuring sugar snap peas and slender asparagus, or a seared salmon salad with pea shoots and watercress. Savor the flavors of summer with juicy ripe tomatoes and sweet corn kernels tossed with piquant blue cheese, or grilled summer squash on a bed of herbed rice. In autumn, enjoy a warm wild mushroom salad dressed in bacon vinaigrette, or tender chicken salad with crisp apples and toasted walnuts. During the winter, pair bright citrus fruits with skirt steak and peppery arugula, or earthy roasted beets and soft farmer cheese. Each recipe includes a complementary dressing recommendations or recipes, and helpful notes offer serving and substitution ideas. With this abundance of recipes as your guide, and the garden's yield as your inspiration, you're sure to find an appealing salad that fits the occasion, no matter what the day brings.
- Spring Herb Salad with Maple Orange Tempeh
- Deviled Kale Caesar Salad
- Seared Garlic Chickpeas, Spinach, and Farro
- Seitan Steak Salad with Green Peppercorn Dressing
- Herbed Pea Ricotta, Tomatoes, and Basil
- Mushroom, Barley, and Brussels Harvest Bowl
- Tempeh Rubenesque Salad
- Pomegranate Quinoa Holiday Tabouli
- Seitan Bacon Wedge Salad
And many more
Fast and FillingThey're hearty, they're healthy and they're not just for starters anymore. Salads are becoming increasingly popular as one-dish meals, and this book features only the tastiest, most satisfying recipes. Let Salad Suppers by Theresa Millang turn salad into your family's favorite meal.
- More than 200 quick and easy recipes
- Organized into six sections: Chicken, Turkey, Seafood, Beef, Pork and Vegetarian.
- Perfect for any meal of the day
- A variety of recipes and ingredients--something for every taste
--The New York Times A "saladish" recipe is like a salad, and yet so much more. It starts with an unexpectedly wide range of ingredients, such as Japanese eggplants, broccoli rabe, shirataki noodles, Bosc pears, and chrysanthemum leaves. It emphasizes contrasting textures--toothsome, fluffy, crunchy, crispy, hefty. And marries contrasting flavors--rich, sharp, sweet, and salty. Toss all together and voil an irresistible symphony that's at once healthy and utterly delicious. Cooking the saladish way has been Ilene Rosen's genius since she unveiled the first kale salad at New York's City Bakery almost two decades ago, and now she shares 100 fresh and creative recipes, organized seasonally, from the intoxicatingly aromatic (Toasty Broccoli with Curry Leaves and Coconut) to the colorfully hearty (Red Potatoes with Chorizo and Roasted Grapes). Each chapter includes a fun party menu, a timeline of preparation, and an illustrated tablescape to turn a saladish meal into an impressive dinner party spread.
Salads All Year Round is a collection of 100 delicious, fresh, generous cereals, with poultry and meat, and with fruit. Accompanying the salads are simple recipes for dressings, fresh. All the recipes are tested in the home kitchen and quick to put together. These recipes are quick to make and tasty to eat.
From bag to table, healthy salads have never been easier.
You've always known that eating green could be healthy, and now it's easier than ever. With the abundance of supermarket selections of prepackaged greens, you can create a restaurant-style salad?along with a fabulous dressing?in your own kitchen.
Before bagged blends, a salad with four different types of lettuces was unheard of. Now there are more than fifty different combinations of lettuces, packaged in just the right size, from which to choose. Think beyond iceberg and romaine. The more than one hundred salads and dressings in Simply Salads are colorful, gourmet, and surprisingly simple to prepare. Whether you're looking for the perfect complement to a main dish or you want a salad that can stand as an entr e, you'll find the perfect salad, including such winners as:
- Asian Salad with Ginger Dressing and Wasabi Peas (page 4)
- Jalape o Chicken Salad with Avocado Dressing (page 40)
- Crawfish Salad with Spicy Cajun Remoulade (page 106)
- Cheese Tortellini Salad with Sun-Dried Tomato Vinaigrette (page 172)
- Memphis Mustard Cole Slaw (page 223)
Unique Recipes for the Adventurous CookUgly Little Greens is the must-have foraging guide and cookbook for anyone looking to up their game in the kitchen. Mia Wasilevich shares the notes and dishes she's cultivated over the years while working as a professional chef and educational forager. Her detailed profiles and up close pictures (plus possible look-alikes) allow you to safely find special ingredients to bring new and exciting flavors and textures to everyday dishes. And more importantly, the ingredients are unexpectedly some of the most common and forgotten weeds growing right under your nose and waiting to be harvested from your own backyard and surrounding environment. Her recipes include:
- Spicy Cattail and Chorizo Salsa
- Elderberry Braised Pot Roast
- Acorn Sliders
- Pine Beignets with Pine Cream
- Lambsquarters Marbled Bread
- Succulents and Scallops
- Mallow Pappardelle
- Nettles Benedict With information on how to forage for and cook with nettles, cattail, watercress and more-- including helpful color photos, location maps, key identifying tips (and no dangerous mushrooms)--this book is perfect for foodies.
"Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook makes it clear that you don't have to choose between eating healthy and satisfying your cravings."
--Caroline Kitchener, contributing writer to The Atlantic
Working more vegetables into your diet can be challenging. But with Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook you can get the health benefits of vegetables with the gratification of your favorite pasta and noodle dishes. Enjoy Fettuccine Alfredo or Chicken and Veggie Chow Mein free of carbs, gluten, refined sugars, and grains with this all-in-one spiralizer cookbook.
Perfect for beginners or spiralizing enthusiasts, Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook offers:
- 75 fresh, flavorful zoodle recipes for making pastas, soups, noodle dishes, and salads
- An overview of different spiralizer models so you can select the best one for you
- Knowledgeable guidance from a nutrition expert on how to prep and use the best vegetables for spiralizing
Certified Holistic Health Coach Sonnet Lauberth has been helping others eat healthier with her popular food blog, In Sonnet's Kitchen. With her original recipes in Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook you'll stop stressing and start spiralizing your way to a new way of thinking about―and eating―your veggies.
"I love Zoodles Spiralizer Cookbook Easy to cook and TASTY recipes. I have tried a couple of them and love them. I am working on getting away from CARBS and with tasty meals like these it is simple to do. I can't even tell I'm not eating flour noodles...and I don't miss them "--Amazon Customer