Think it’s impossible to crave salads? Think again.
It’s easy to fall into the rut of making the same salads over and over, but the excuses end now. Salads That Inspire is a cookbook of the most creative, delicious salads you’ve yet to eat, featuring original combinations of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, spices, proteins, grains, cheeses, and dressings. Healthy eating never tasted so good.
Get your salad fix on today with:
• 45 healthy, homemade dressing recipes
• Mason jar layering instructions for over 60 prep-to-go salads
• Tips for toasting spices and nuts, infusing dressings, and making recipes more (or less) gourmet
• A guide to pairing greens and dressings to help you and invent your own salads
From Arugula Salad with Grilled Watermelon, Pistachios, and Honey-Lime Vinaigrette to Moroccan Chicken Salad with Herbed Quinoa and Spicy Yogurt Dressing, the recipes showcase endless varieties of fresh and flavorful ingredients that will forever change the way you think about and enjoy salad.
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Good Salad Receipes
The book offers an array of salad options from vegan, fruit, grains and pastas. It also includes a lot of salad dressing recipes that are simple to make. The book goes into great detail on how to construct and make your salad so the ingredients don’t get squishy or drooping. If you’re trying to live healthy or eat a healthy meal this is definitely a good book for you has lots of healthy recipes.
You'll never look at salad the same
This book is great for people who think salad is boring or taste horrible. This book tells you how to layer, organize and create the best salads. The recipes inside ate to die for and don't let the ingredients fool you. Some of the weird combinations taste amazing!
Love this book!
Salads That Inspire has given me a lot of new salad ideas: from new dressings to entirely new salads, I will never run out of new recipes to try with this cookbook. I love the 60+ prep-to-go mason jar salad recipes with specific layering instructions which help to keep the ingredients from getting soggy. I think this cookbook is amazing, and I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone who enjoys salads or who wants to eat more salads.