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For example adding some chow mien noodles gives the main course salad some oriental flare. Be sure to match the salad with a flavorful dressing afterwards. After all is said and done dressings are still the ones that mostly dictate the flavor of the salad. Salads have come a long way from becoming just rabbit food. I hope you ll have fun in making your own main course salad and please do keep in mind that when preparing the dish let your taste buds and health consciousness dictate each step of the way. WHAT IS A SALAD ANYWAY? Salad Definition:- "any combination of raw or cooked vegetables meat seafood and/or fruit nuts or cheese usually served with a topping (dressing) or a dip". Boy that s simple - and it leaves us with endless creative possibilities.
Crumble feta cheese. Combine potatoes and onions. Make salad dressing and combine with potatoes and onions. Mix then add dill parsley and feta cheese and mix. The salty feta combined with potatoes onions dill parsley and dressing made from vinegar and olive oil makes an extremely flavorful and delicious dish! 2. Potato Salad With Blue Cheese. Here is another very easy to make salad without mayonnaise. If you are looking for potato salad recipe without mayonnaise you should check out this great tasting recipe as well. For this salad you will need red potatoes onions blue cheese dill and parsley. You will also need to make a salad dressing. Here is how to make this great tasting and colorful salad with blue cheese. Cook and cool the red potatoes. Chop the onions dill and parsley.
There s an old half whiskey barrel on the cottage deck that grows pansies and a few of the pansy blossoms sometimes find their way into a salad (they are edible as are violet blossoms if you don t mind picking them out of your lawn). Lemon balm is another interesting perennial with a citrus flavor that makes it easy to identify when playing the salad guessing game. Tarragon is another anise-flavored herb but I m not a big fan - for some reason I find tarragon numbs my mouth. But I ve been overruled on that account and there s always a little tarragon in our cottage salads. Kale grows well in northern gardens and we sometimes harvest mature kale in the dead of winter. When the plants are young in August and September the smaller leaves go well in a salad but because they are rough they do need to be torn into small pieces.