Did you know using a wooden salad bowl can help preserve flavor? Unlike metal or certain ceramic bowls, wooden bowls are non-reactive, meaning they won’t interact with acidic or alkaline foods, preserving the taste and quality of the food.
Non-Boring Salad Recipes
Say goodbye to boring salads and hello to fun and tasty Salad Recipes! Whether you prefer a protein-packed salad with chicken or vegetarian/vegan options, this collection of over 50 salad recipes has you covered for on-the-go lunches and salad recipes for dinner! Check out my favorite salad ideas for inspiration!
This traditional Lebanese Tabbouleh (or tabouli) Salad is a healthy vegan Mediterranean appetizer made with bulgur, parsley, mint and chopped vegetables. Easy to make with just a handful of ingredients, this fresh salad is a real treat for the tastebuds! You say tabouli salad, I say tabbouleh salad. Who actually knows the real way to…
This Lebanese Fattoush Salad is the quintessential salad that you’ll find at all Lebanese restaurants and throughout the Middle East. It’s a fresh and bright salad made with seasonal vegetables and topped with the iconic fried pita bread – perfect for serving with chicken tawook or beef kafta. What is Fattoush? Fattoush is basically a…
This Chicken Shawarma Salad is made with an authentic Lebanese style marinade that’s easy to make with simple spices and comes out so moist and juicy. To make this chicken shawarma into a salad bowl, I just add lettuce, tomatoes, onions, sliced banana peppers, and drizzle with my easy tahini sauce. It’s a flavor-packed Middle…
Taking traditional tabbouleh and giving it a modern twist, this Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad embraces the nutty flavors of quinoa combined with the freshness of parsley, mint, and other veggies. While traditional tabbouleh often features bulgur, quinoa provides an excellent gluten-free alternative that also packs in more protein. Not only does this dish offer a vibrant…
Lebanese Fattoush Salad
This authentic Lebanese Fattoush Salad is made with well-seasoned fried pita bread, seasonal vegetables and tossed in a zesty sumac Mediterranean dressing.
How to Make Salad Dressing
Want to learn how to make your own salad dressings? You’ve come to the right place! Making vinaigrettes is super easy, and there are two ways to do it: broken and emulsified. Both types are healthy, delicious, and can last for weeks.
Plus, it’s a great way to save money and customize your flavors. And the best part? You can avoid all the extra sodium, added sugars and artificial sweeteners commonly found in store-bought dressings. Let’s get started and make some homemade dressings!
Yogurt Chicken Salad
This creamy yogurt chicken salad with apples and celery is mayo-free & delicious! It’s made with yogurt that not only adds creaminess, but also a boost of protein. If you prefer a tangy chicken salad this recipe is perfect for you!