Knowing The Different Types Of Salads

It seems there are more recipes for salads available every year. There are six basic types of salads: green vegetable on the main course, fruit and dessert. Most people are familiar with greens and vegetables truths. Connected salads include any kind made with a thicker sauce, such as potato salad, chicken salad or pasta salad. Entree salads include Caesar, Cobb, and the head of the salad. Fruit salad is explicit, and dessert salads are often made with gelatin or whipped topping.

When you choose a salad, it is useful to know what kind you want to serve. Lettuce is a wonderful dish.
Vegetable salads include three-bean salad or salad which is made of all other vegetables as lettuce.

Dessert salads have developed into an art form in the upper Midwest. With recipes for Snickers Salad, Cookie Salad and many other similar recipes, desserts salads are becoming very popular for potlucks and large gatherings.

Entree salads are usually served as a whole meal. They often include a meat such as chicken, seafood or steak. Pasta salads falling in the salad category, although many do not have a thick sauce that holds together. Pasta salad can take many forms. Pasta salad is also a good choice for potlucks, parties and other large gatherings. They travel well and keep well without separating or falling into disarray.

The choice of salad you want to use in your meal can be difficult only because of the large number of choices you have. Learn about the different types of salads will help you choose the one that goes well with your other foods.

Recipe spinach and pasta salad

This colorful dish can be served as an appetizer or a full meal.

What do you need

    9 oz linguine
    pesto sauce 7 oz
    5 cups fresh spinach leaves, shredded
    1 cup fresh chopped tomatoes
    1 cup red onion, thinly sliced
    1/4 cup pine nuts, toasted
    3 tablespoons lemon juice
    teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon

How to do

Cook the linguine according to package instructions. Rinse with cold water and draining.

Combine pasta, spinach, tomatoes, onions and pine nuts in a bowl.

Mix the pesto sauce, lemon juice and salt in a small bowl. Mix well to coat completely. Serve immediately or refrigerate until needed.
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