In a well-made chopped salad, every bite is a confetti-burst of flavor. To achieve that here, we've combined equal-size bits of crisp, colorful vegetables -- a feature that also makes it easy for kids to eat.
This colorful dish highlights the exotic flavors of the tropics, using ingredients that grow where the weather is warm year-round.
This colorful medley of fresh corn, tomatoes and avocado makes a delicious summer dish.
This main-dish salad mixes traditional antipasto fare with orzo pasta for a delicious summer meal.
Part chicken salad, part coleslaw, this unique dish features a prepared mix, so it comes together quickly -- especially if you buy a roasted chicken. Serve it as a salad, as shown here, or in a sandwich wrap.
This colorful salad is filled with crisp greens, crunchy carrot, and sweet citrus fruit.
This colorful fruit salad gets its punch from the great balance of tart fruits, lime juice, and bite-size pieces of sweet pound cake.
Prepare this new take on coleslaw the day before the picnic, refrigerate, and allow the dressing to soak into the salad.
This delicious salad recipe provided by In the Night Kitchen of San Francisco is popular with adults and kids alike.
Red, yellow, and green bell peppers give this side dish sweetness and crunch.
This light pasta recipe is perfect as a side dish, but the addition of chicken or shrimp makes it a wonderful entrée.
This colorful and delicious grilled-steak-and-veggies salad makes a light but satisfying summertime dinner.
A honey-lime dressing distinguishes this Southwestern creation, which is served in edible bowls that are easily made from baked tortillas.
A light citrus-sesame dressing lends a refreshing flavor to this colorful pasta-and-veggie combination.
This sunny pasta salad is a hit with kids and parents alike. Other fresh herbs, such as chopped dill or oregano, may be substituted for the tarragon.
Served warm or chilled, this recipe makes a sensational side dish.
This healthful and nutritious salad combines some familiar flavors with a few that may be new to your family. Jicama, a Mexican favorite that tastes like a cross between an apple and a potato, perfectly complements the juicy mango and smooth cucumber.
Light, crispy, and healthful, this spinach salad is California dreamy.
Made with couscous and fresh corn and served in a bright red pepper ring, this dish is a festive medley of colors and textures.
Fresh mint gives this salad a distinctive taste that's not too overwhelming for young palates.
A combination of soy, ginger, and sesame, along with crispy fried tofu, give this tasty pasta salad its classic Asian flavors.
My family requests the crispy chicken tenders featured here so often, I decided to make them the star of a new salad. They're a perfect complement to the tangy marinated mozzarella and medley of fresh greens.
My kids love chop-chop salads, and this one -- a mix of familiar mild Mexican spices and additions, such as corn and black beans -- is a particular favorite.
Summer fruit lends sweetness to this savory (and surprisingly hearty) salad, which also gets a hint of spice from the marinated shrimp.
Chop Chop Salad
Tropical Fruit with Lime Dressing
Corn, Avocado, and Tomato Salad
Asian Chicken Slaw
Green and Orange Harvest Salad with Citrus Dressing
Honey-Lime Fruit Salad
Chinese Chicken Salad
Lemon Angel Hair Recipe
Grilled Everything Salad With Pesto Vinaigrette
Use Your Noodle Salad
Pasta Salad with Fresh Herbs
Israeli Couscous Salad with Summer Vegetables
Mango, Jicama and Cucumber Salad
Spinach and Pine Nut Salad
Minted Fruit Salad
Asian Noodle Salad with Sesame Tofu Bites
Chicken Parmesan Salad
Fajita Chop-Chop Salad
Peachy Shrimp Salad
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