This is a new age food full of great taste and good nutrition. Edamame is actual soybeans that have been roasted, cooked, shelled, and frozen. They have a crunchy taste and will supply you with a delightful salad texture. They are another great form of vegetable protein. Continue reading Edamame Salad Recipe
I really enjoy this satisfying lentils recipe that I revamped from a french cookbook. It can be served as a salad on lettuce leaves in the summer or as a warm soup in the winter. You can also serve with a drizzle of olive oil over the top and hot turkey sausage. Continue reading Warm Winter Lentil Soup or Salad Recipe
Most of us have been amazed when our dinner salad at a restaurant or friend’s dinner party arrives in a beautiful glass or goblet and not on a salad plate. Often this is done while guests are able to walk around to view art or just easily talk, instead of being seated at a table. This environment is considered by many chefs’ to be a part of a changing venue where guests need to be continuously surprised by their service. Continue reading Easy and Delicious Salads in a Jar “To Go”
By Rita Larsen, RDN; Elite Sports Clubs Nutrition Educator & Diet Counselor
I remember that watercress was always used for tea sandwiches in the fanciest of hotel dining rooms.
Watercress stands up to the bold flavors of radicchio and a fish sauce spiked dressing in this spring salad. If you want a heartier meal, add grilled chicken. These bold flavors will satisfy your hunger in a big hurry! Continue reading Watercress Salad with Sesame Garlic Dressing
By Rita Larsen, RD, CD; Elite Sports Clubs Nutrition Educator & Diet Counselor
Enjoy shrimp in a salad with this easy, fresh recipe for marinated shrimp salad with avocado. Drizzle with a homemade citrus vinaigrette for a perfect punch of flavor! Continue reading Marinated Shrimp Salad with Avocado Recipe