Here’s how to make a delicious Caesar salad, with all vegan ingredeints. A rich, creamy, and totally crave-worthy dressing, with crushed pistachios, pecans, and crispy polenta croutons on the greens.
Summer is the time for potato salad. This Grilled Potato Salad with Charred Scallions and Corn is lighter, and so much more flavorful than your typical mayo laden version.
This Grilled Broccoli Salad is drizzled with a creamy honey mustard dressing and tossed together with feta cheese, cranberries, and slivered almonds. The perfect veggie side dish to compliment your BBQing this summer!
This isn’t your usual chicken salad! Easy homemade arugula pesto adds big flavor to this favorite chicken salad. Layer Arugula Pesto Chicken Salad on sandwich rolls or stuff it in a pita with greens and sliced tomato for a delicious lunch.
This Roasted Fennel Beet Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette is a simple roasted winter vegetable salad with red and golden beets, fennel, shallots, and a homemade honey mustard vinaigrette using Maille Old Style Mustard. Plus, enter to win a year’s worth of Maille mustard!
Need a delicious salad with a homemade, vegan dressing? Look no further! This Radicchio Salad with Vegan Ranch Dressing is fit for a weeknight or a dinner party side.
Inspired by fresh Italian summer foods, this charred corn and tomato salad is topped with fresh basil, olive oil and burrata. It’s a delight to enjoy on a hot evening with fresh summer tomatoes.
This recipe is a delicious take on the classic Waldorf salad. Deliciously creamy apple cider vinegar dressing is used instead of mayonnaise for a lighter and fresher vegan version. Perfect for your Labor Day vegan menu.
This Summer Corn BLAT Salad is a deconstructed version of the classic California BLT. With the addition of fresh grilled corn, an avocado jalapeño ranch dressing and a glass of Vinho Verde wine to pair, this salad will give the traditional sandwich a run for its money.
Skip the usual mayo-based potato salad and impress your guests with this grilled potato salad with fresh herbs, a lemon dressing and soft boiled eggs to bring it all together.
Which up this black eyed pea salad the next time you are invited to a backyard BBQ and show up with a bottle of Beaujolais wine too. It’s the perfect summer pair.
This Spring Strawberry and Pea Salad with Grilled Chicken and a mint vinaigrette is a favorite salad of the season. It’s colorful and packed with nutrients.
Getting tired of the same old salad? Try this Spiced Sweet Potato and Kale Salad to switch things up. The sweet potatoes are smokey and full of flavor and the salad is packed with protein, thanks to hard boiled eggs.
Inspired by the salads of Southeast Asia, this shrimp salad is loaded with fish sauce and the citrus fruit pomelo, before being topped off with crispy fried shallots and sesame seeds.
Charred zucchini and caramelized onions make this chickpea salad especially unique and flavorful. A delicious and hearty side dish for your next meal.
Dig into this comforting winter salad loaded with escarole, pomegranate, French goat cheese and warm lentils, that will refresh you, but also keep things cozy.
This beautiful salad is the perfect side dish for your next dinner party. It’s loaded with lentils, delicata squash, kale, apple and more. Plus, the leftovers make for a perfect lunch.
This charcuterie salad and wine are a perfect expression of the end of summer. With pickled stone fruit, greens, plenty of hearty cheese and charcuterie, it pairs perfectly with a cellar temperature Beaujolais red wine.
Our go-to summer meal? A salad with whatever greens, vegetables and protein we have on hand. Here are some of our favorite salad combos we can’t get enough of right now to kick off your inspiration.
Brighten up your week with these sweet-savory summer fruit salad recipes, all packed with summer’s finest—fresh berries, juicy melon and ripe peaches. A host of vibrant, refreshing combinations to see you through the entire season.
This Smoked Salmon and Blueberry Salad with Lemon Poppy Dressing is the kind of meal to make when you want nothing to do with turning on your oven. It’s perfectly cool and easy for summer.