Combine oranges, fennel, pork, and pumpkin seeds for a colorful salad that's packed with nutrients.
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Use salmon instead of tuna for a twist on the classic Nicoise salad. Bonus: Salmon is a great source of vitamin D and omega-3s.
The best thing about tofu — besides its nutritional value? The way it carries other flavors, such as the tanginess of this sesame dressing.
In this salad, saucy, lemony beans stand in for a warm dressing. Cook and refrigerate the bean mixture ahead of time for a faster weeknight dinner.
We've added sardines to the classic panzanella (Italian bread salad) to make a more filling salad, complete with healthy omega-3s.
Borrow the peanutty flavors of Thai satay and turn them into a satisfying salad. One serving contains a full day's supply of vitamin C.
Skip the mayonnaise-based calorie bomb and make this lighter — dare we say tastier? — tuna salad instead.
Roasted apples and Cheddar cheese turn an ordinary mixed green salad into something extra special.
Spring means asparagus season: Reap the health benefits of this folate- and vitamin A-rich vegetable with a fresh salad.
Power food for vegetarians and omnivores alike, this dish features heart-healthy whole grains, tofu, and veggies.
We've left out all but two yolks in this recipe to slim down the classic salad of spinach and hard-boiled eggs.
Olives and basil flavor this pasta salad — not heavy, full-fat dressing. Add tuna, chicken, or tofu to make a more substantial meal.
Sick of chicken Caesar? Try this summery alternative next time you're craving romaine.
Crab and scallops combine with creamy avocados and a spiky orange dressing for a salad that's light, summery, and super fast.
Smoked paprika and Manchego cheese give this salad a Spanish-style flavor.
Chickpeas, chopped vegetables, and yogurt dressing give this salad its zip.
Use in-season vegetables like radicchio, fennel, and carrots in this winter dinner salad.
Use ground turkey instead of beef to make this Tex-Mex salad diet-friendly.
The avocado in this homemade Green Goddess dressing is loaded with good-for-you fats.
Shrimp, bell pepper, cucumber, and herbs are tossed with a spicy Thai dressing in this colorful salad.
It's a sandwich in salad form! Use center-cut bacon here, which has less saturated fat than regular bacon.
This vegetarian nod to the classic curried chicken salad is perfect for spreading on toasted whole wheat bread or scooping onto a pile of crispy salad greens for lunch.
Dress up rice and beans with colorful bell peppers and serve over greens for a filling, budget-friendly meal.
Cooked peeled shrimp is perfect for quick and healthy meals — use it in place of chicken in this simplified Cobb Salad.
Toss fiber- and protein-rich edamame with Asian greens and top with lean cooked steak for a filling, full-flavor meal.