Appetizing Salads for Easter Sunday
Whether you’re hosting a brunch or bringing a dish for potluck, no Easter Sunday feast is complete without a fresh, crisp salad. Explore this list of spring salad recipes to find the perfect fit for your occasion.
Blue cheese, ranch, and caesar are classic options that never fail at the table. They’re delicious and extremely easy to whip up. Just toss a few of the Easter bunny’s favorite veggies (i.e. lettuce, carrots, radish, etc.) in a bowl with any of the following dressings and voila!
Such a classic, it deserved its own category. Considered to be the quintessential American salad, the cobb salad can be served as a main-dish since it offers so much protein. The usual cobb salad includes greens, tomato, sliced chicken, hard-boiled eggs, avocado, scallions and bacon (!!!). But feel free to switch things up; cobb salad variations have been popping up for decades.
An easy way to set your salad apart from the rest is to add some fruit. Fruit not only offers sweet flavor but also higher fiber for a more balanced dish. Below are a few examples of how to incorporate fruit into your salad without overdoing it.
Garden salads are prime as a starter or side dish, due to their farm-to-table freshness. Also, the colorful mixture of vegetables look beautiful in a bowl and goes well with just about any main course. Chop up all the produce in your fridge or follow any of these recipes to begin.
Kale has been trending on the Internet for years, and for good reason: it’s one of the healthiest vegetables in the produce aisle. Not to mention, it’s easy to pair with just about any vegetable and dressing.