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Orzo Spinach Salad

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December 27, 2011
Orzo Spinach Salad

Fresh, light, full of flavor…DELICIOUS! Enjoy this KP original salad. Ingredients: 1 cup orzo, cooked according to package directions and cooled 2 cups fresh baby spinach leaves, rinsed and chopped 1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil, drained and chopped 4 (oz.) feta cheese, crumbled 1 jar artichoke hearts marinated in oil, drained and...
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Teriyaki Chopped Salad with Sweet Sesame Dressing

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September 12, 2011
Teriyaki Chopped Salad with Sweet Sesame Dressing

Need another delicious salad idea?? If so, try this KP original packed with fresh ingredients! It’s a great combo of Teriyaki grilled chicken, juicy pineapple, and crisp sugar snap peas, all topped with a home-made dressing to die for! Like many of my salad recipes, no exact amounts are given (except for the dressing)...
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Zucchini Walnut Salad

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September 7, 2011
Zucchini Walnut Salad

My grocery store gives away a monthly magazine filled with recipes. It’s awesome. I found this recipe in last month’s issue and made it for my Mom when she was visiting. Two thumbs up from Mom Sprinkle some freshly grated parmesan cheese on top if ya like! Ingredients: 4 medium zucchini, rinsed with ends...
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Curry Broccoli Salad

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August 1, 2011
Curry Broccoli Salad

I’ll admit–I was skeptical of this salad at first. Wasn’t sure if I’d like the raw broccoli. But I had lots of dried cherries to use up (thanks to a gracious gift from my in-laws!) Turns out his salad is super! It’s crunchy, sweet, savory, and a touch spicy from the curry. Try it at your...
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Tomato Bread Salad

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February 7, 2011
Tomato Bread Salad

Let’s be honest–sometimes lettuce just gets in the way of a good salad, right? So this salad doesn’t even bother with lettuce–it’s all delicious toppings in a tangy vinaigrette. Buy the freshest tomatoes, basil, and sweet peppers you can find. High quality ingredients are key to making this a “wow!”  salad. Would be good to...
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Candied Almond Salad with Panko Chicken

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December 7, 2010
Candied Almond Salad with Panko Chicken

Sweet, sour, savory–this salad has it all! Thanks to my friend Jane for sharing this recipe with me at my wedding shower (almost a decade ago!) This recipe makes two large salads, so whip it up and invite a friend over for a great meal. Ingredients: 1 cup Japanese Panko breadcrumbs 1 teaspoon Zenders...
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Salad with Roasted Figs, Blue Cheese and Candied Pecans

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November 18, 2010
Salad with Roasted Figs, Blue Cheese and Candied Pecans

Figs intimidate me. They seem like such a fancy fruit and I never know what the heck to do with them. But whenever I eat them at a restaurant I absolutely love them. So when I stumbled across this recipe from my friend Karynn, and I saw fresh figs at every Luxembourg grocery store,...
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Marinated Asparagus Salad with Blue Cheese Croutons

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October 28, 2010
Marinated Asparagus Salad with Blue Cheese Croutons

I love a good salad. And this is a really good salad! I’ve had this recipe for marinated asparagus for years, but never really knew what to do with them. By adding them to a salad, they become a meal! Plan ahead as the asparagus needs to marinate at least 8 hours. For a...
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Boursin Salad

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September 11, 2010
Boursin Salad

Boursin is a brand of flavored French soft cheese–have you tried it? If not, give it a try–it’s delicious! It’s hugely popular over here and I love that they add it to salads. Here’s my favorite combo for using Boursin in a salad. This recipe makes one big salad. Ingredients: 3 cups fresh mixed...
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Pesto Green Beans

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September 9, 2010
Pesto Green Beans

Here’s a new idea for using delicious Fresh Basil Pesto–toss it into green beans instead of over heavy pasta and serve it as a side dish. I first tasted these beans as part of a salad bar in Denmark. They were cold and scrumptious as a salad topping. But they’re equally good served warm along...
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