Asian “Tuna” Salad doesn’t sound like a vegan recipe, but it is. The “fishless” tuna that I used for this recipe was Loma Linda Sesame Ginger Fishless Tuna. I purchased this product as part of my pre-vegan shopping trip. I wanted to make sure my pantry contained some simple ingredients that I could use to put together simple meals on nights when life is crazy. Anyone who regularly visits my site knows that I love to make salads in mason jars for lunch. Since I’m eating vegan this month, it seemed like a logical choice for an Asian inspired salad.
What do you do when you are trying to cut back on bread, but the family wants to grill burgers? It’s simple. You make a cheeseburger salad. If you want to make it even better, make it a bacon cheeseburger salad. This salad is a definite winner in our house.
Shrimp Louie is another salad that I first learned about during visits to Castagnola’s Lobster House in Santa Barbara. The salad is simple to prepare, cool, crunchy, and very satisfying. The combination of the sweetness from the shrimp and the heat from the green onions and radishes tantalizes your taste buds and makes this a perfect dinner salad for a hot summer evening.
You know that I love the combination of cucumber, onion, and tomatoes in salads. This recipe is a variation on that theme, and this variation is loaded with so much flavor that it is guaranteed to wake up your palate. The Feta cheese ads a hint of tanginess and the crumbly texture lends itself perfectly to this salad. I even created my own vinaigrette to dress this salad.
When it’s warm outside, there’s nothing better in the evening, or for lunch, than an entrée salad. This recipe was inspired by a recent trip to Mountaineer Days in Wrightwood, California. After the event had shut down, Bus Boy and I decided to stop at the Grizzly Cafe for dinner before driving home. He ordered his usual burger and fries. I ordered a stuffed avocado salad. This salad was amazing. A half avocado was stuffed with my choice of tuna or chicken salad and was served on a bed of spring greens with seasonal fruit and my choice of dressing. […]
What do you do when you one have one can of Tuna and a lot of people to serve? Do you run to the store for another one? No! Instead, add something extra to stretch it so that your Tuna Salad for three can become Tuna Salad for 6. This little secret ingredient can also help to stretch your grocery dollars.
When it’s too hot outside to turn on the oven, simple dishes that don’t require any cooking are the perfect side dish for any barbecue. These salads are also perfect when your oven and stove are too crowded to allow you to make that one extra side dish. Here’s our list of simple sweet, dessert style, salads that require little or no cooking.
I love chicken salad. It’s creamy, crunchy, and versatile. Best of all, I can make it without turning on the stove or oven, as long as I have leftover chicken or some canned chicken in my pantry. This makes chicken salad perfect for those warmer days.
Five cup salad, also known as Ambrosia in some circles, is a staple on our holiday tables. It’s simple to make, requiring only about 5 – 10 minutes prep-time, and it’s delicious, too. The best part about this recipe is that I don’t even have to modify the recipe to make it work for my 30 days of cans challenge because the recipe is made from canned fruit.
This simple 4 ingredient Easy Cucumber Salad is a great accompaniment to almost any meal. It requires only 4 ingredients, and is delicious right away, unlike some cucumber salad recipes that require a waiting time. This is one of my go-to salads when I need to add vegetables to a meal