Me playing Emma’s Recipe Tomato Salad

Me playing Emma's Recipe Tomato Salad

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Question by ♥Draylen Arrived On 11/30/11♥: how do you make your salad?
I love salad, and I just had a very delicious salad for dinner. this is how I usually make my salads…

lettuce or a bag of lettuce and spinach
shredded cheese
white onions
black pepper and croutons & bacon bits, with lemon juice and cheese fantastical dressing
sometimes I would use ocean spray pomegranate or blueberry juice infused cranberries :) very delicious!

now tell me how you like yours, I’m pregnant and love to eat salads, I’m kind of looking for some new ideas :)

Best answer:

Answer by Sam
For me, less is best.

Romaine Lettuce
Grape Tomatoes
Sliced Almonds
Shredded Parmesan Cheese
Sesame Seeds
Mandarin Oranges
Dried Cranberries
Fresh Grated Ginger

And an Oriental dressing I make myself.

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    Sometimes shredded carrots
    Lots of crotons
    Sunflower seeds
    Green pepper/red pepper
    Cheese chunks
    Ranch dressing

  2. I love simple ceasar salads, and they are ridiculously easy to make.

    Lettuce – you can even buy the ready packs that have it already washed and cut for you.
    Parmesan Cheese
    Croutons – the ceasar kind
    Ceasar dressing

    Super easy and really yummy!

  3. Try this: romaine lettuce, tomato, avocados, yellow pepper, kalamata olives, red onion, feta cheese, sea salt, and pepper. Yummy.

  4. I use what ever I have at hand and make roll-ups.

    Roll-ups:- Lettuce
    (by Dune 18/4/11)
    1 leaf of crispy lettuce, Iceberg
    Chopped eggs
    Tomato wedges, seedless
    Cucumber chunks, seedless
    Celery, sliced
    White pickled onions, finely sliced
    Grated cheese
    Grated carrot
    Cold meat, sliced, shredded, cut into chunks
    a) Season ingredients to taste
    b) Assemble lettuce cups with some of every thing and fold into a pocket or roll.
    c) Secure with a tooth-pick or put between two slices of thick buttered bread, hamburger bun or a split hotdog roll.
    (mayonnaise optional)

  5. Apple Pear Cucumber Salad

    2 apples
    1 pear
    1 English cucumber
    1 sweet onion


    2 tablespoons mustard
    2 teaspoons dried dill (can also use 2 tablespoons fresh dill)
    4 tablespoons each of apple cider vinegar & olive oil
    pinch of brown sugar

    In a bowl, slice apples, pear, & cucumber into slices, leaving on skins for color. Add slices of onion. Mix together mustard, dill, vinegar, olive oil, & sugar. Add to the apples, pear, cucumber, & onion. Toss & serve!


    Asian Crunch Salad


    4 tablespoon brown sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    6 tablespoon rice vinegar
    1/2 cup veggie oil or I used smart balance

    Salad Ingredients:

    1 head iceberg lettuce
    4 green onions chopped
    1 cup crunchy Asian noodles
    3 ounce slivered almonds toasted (325 degrees for 10 minutes or 5 minutes on high in microwave stirring every minute after 3 minutes)
    1 4 ounce package shelled sunflower seeds


    Simply mix together – room temp do not chill


    Rinse & spin lettuce. Chop lettuce & toss w/ onions. In small bowl combine noodles, almonds & sunflower seeds. Sprinkle noodle/nut mixture on top of lettuce & onions. Add dressing & toss. Serve immediately.


    Malibu Salad

    5 ounces lettuce, baby California mix
    2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds
    1 tablespoon walnuts
    1 tablespoon sun dried tomatoes
    2 ounces dressing
    2 tablespoons blue cheese

    Place all ingredients except the blue cheese in a large mixing bowl. Toss well to coat leaves with dressing. Mound in a chilled bowl & top with blue cheese.

    Balsamic Vinaigrette

    1 1/2 cups Steen’s 100% Cane Syrup
    3/4 cup balsamic Vinegar
    1 1/2 cups white vinegar
    4 cups olive oil extra virgin
    2 tablespoons minced garlic
    Black pepper

    Combine all ingredients; blend well with stick mixer.

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    Balsamic Pea Salad

    I quickly make this the night before I need it as it tastes much better if it sits overnight. My daughter & her friend will not eat peas, but they love this salad.

    1 (16 ounce) package frozen green peas
    1/2 cup chopped almonds
    1/2 cup chopped green onions
    1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese
    3/4 cup mayonnaise
    2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
    black pepper to taste

    Place peas in a colander, & run warm water over them until they are thawed. Place in a large bowl.

    Toast almonds in a skillet over medium heat. Then combine with peas.

    Stir in onions, feta cheese, & mayonnaise. Mix in balsamic vinegar, & season with pepper. Cover, & refrigerator.


  6. I’m in love with this super amazing Greek style shrimp salad! A friend made it for me some time ago.
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