Fine Cooking's Salad for Dinner 2013 [NOOK Book]

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Leafy greens take on a whole new meaning with Salad for Dinner: Gone are the days of plain, old iceberg lettuce with a wedge of tomato. Today’s salads are ample, satisfying, colorful, and so deliciously versatile you can enjoy them for dinner every single night and never get bored! Salad for Dinner packs in 65 whole-meal recipes for hearty, healthy salads that will please the palates of everyone in your family, from vegetarians to finicky kids ...
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Fine Cooking's Salad for Dinner 2013

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Overview

Leafy greens take on a whole new meaning with Salad for Dinner: Gone are the days of plain, old iceberg lettuce with a wedge of tomato. Today’s salads are ample, satisfying, colorful, and so deliciously versatile you can enjoy them for dinner every single night and never get bored! Salad for Dinner packs in 65 whole-meal recipes for hearty, healthy salads that will please the palates of everyone in your family, from vegetarians to finicky kids to meat-eaters.

Make it sweet, make it savory with 68 quick-and-easy recipes: Salad for Dinner tosses an exciting variety of ingredients into every easy-to-make recipe. The flavors are rich and complex…the prep for each dish is fast and simple. And with colorful photographs accompanying the recipes, your mouth is sure to water.

Here are just a few salads in Salad for Dinnerthat you could be serving tonight:

• Lobster, corn, and red pepper salad
• Arugula and shaved fennel salad with tangerines and fried almonds
• Garden lettuces with skirt steak, avocado, and toasted pumpkin seed
• Warm cauliflower salad with brown butter vinaigrette, sieved egg, and toasted breadcrumbs
• Brown rice salad with pomegranate, celery, and herbs
• Whole wheat pasta with roasted broccoli, black olive vinaigrette, and ricotta salata
• Slow-roasted salmon with beets, cucumber, and horseradish vinaigrette
• Plus, simple favorites like chopped salad and a BLT salad

With Salad for Dinner at your fingertips, you’ll have access to every kind of salad recipe imaginable: including leafy salads; vegetable and fruit salads; grain, bread, and pasta salads; legume salads; plus basic recipes for homemade vinaigrettes, croutons, and roasted vegetables. You’ll also get detailed information on in-season fruits and vegetables as well as lesser-known salad fixings such as garlic chapons to keep you on the cutting edge of salad-as-a-meal cooking.

Salad for Dinner…it’s a growing trend you’re sure to love.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940146842042
  • Publisher: Taunton Trade Co.
  • Publication date: 2/29/2000
  • Series: ePeriodical Series
  • Sold by: TAUNTON DIRECT - EPERIODICAL - EBKS
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 777,152
  • File size: 25 MB
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