Buffalo Hot Wing Chicken Chopped Salad

Buffalo Hot Wing Chicken Chopped Salad

Everyone has an appetizer weakness—mozzarella sticks, loaded nachos, twice-baked-bacon-topped potato wedges, spinach-artichoke dip. For me, a plate of drenched, spicy buffalo chicken could easily stand in for dinner. That’s why I created this salad. ...
Southwestern-Style Tricolor Quinoa Salad

Southwestern-Style Tricolor Quinoa Salad

You can’t go wrong with tomato salsa, but to really get guests gathering around a chip bowl, set out a southwestern-seasoned black bean and corn combo. All that flavor, with a little more texture and a ton more protein, inspired this healthy salad. T ...
Homemade Pumpkin Seed Oil Dressing

Homemade Pumpkin Seed Oil Dressing

With the versatile goodness of that bright-orange pulp, everyone seems to forget that what’s tucked inside a pumpkin is an even greater treasure. Pumpkin seeds are teeming with nutrition, boasting 12 grams of protein and hefty doses of magnesium and ...
Easy Sesame-Peanut Broccoli Slaw

Easy Sesame-Peanut Broccoli Slaw

It’s a salad. It’s a side dish. Throw in chopped chicken and it’s easily an entrée. You won’t find a slaw as versatile as this. And with traditional cabbage replaced by a sturdier broccoli slaw, it keeps longer in your refrigerator, sealed and stewin ...
Superfood Kale Salad

Superfood Kale Salad

Admit it, you wish you ate more kale. But you’re stumped on ways to bring it to the table. More bitter and tougher than other leafy greens, it may seem kale’s best spot is in soups, stews and heartier dishes—all of which are great, when you have the ...
Nutty Roasted Beet Salad

Nutty Roasted Beet Salad

Make friends with beets—the benefits are even better than you think! Start with their vibrant red color. If you’re planning a holiday salad, they pair perfectly with greens for a festively colorful dish. But beyond eye-catching, that brilliant hue me ...
Citrus-Chia Quinoa & Lentil Salad

Citrus-Chia Quinoa & Lentil Salad

Salads are satisfying, but usually they’re missing a key nutrition component: protein. To turn leafy greens into a meal, you could add chopped chicken, chickpeas or another salad-compatible protein source. Or, drizzle on a dressing that eliminates ex ...