Substantial Salads: 100 Healthy and Hearty Main Courses for Every Season

Substantial Salads: 100 Healthy and Hearty Main Courses for Every Season

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Salads are often considered an appetizer or a summertime meal. When the weather is too hot, lightly tossed greens with seasonal fruits and veggies are perfect for cooling the body and filling the stomach. But with rich, filling ingredients and heartier flavors, salads can be served as main courses even in spring, autumn, and winter. Substantial Salads offers one hundred healthy and delicious recipes for green salads, whole-grain salads, and dressings. All are made with seasonal ingredients for fresh and cost-effective meals.

Recipes include:
• Grilled asparagus with mozzarella
• Warm root vegetables with ham and gorgonzola
• Roast beef and bean salad with tapenade
• Halloumi potatoes with lamb kebabs
• Apple chicken salad
• Quinoa and oven-baked salmon salad
• And many more

Take advantage of the season’s most wonderful ingredients, such as goat cheese, fresh berries, asparagus, wild mushrooms, melon, and fish. Each dish is easy to prepare and is perfect to serve as an entrée or as an accompaniment to other dishes. Be inspired by the time of year and craft fresh, delicious salads!

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