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Amazing Salads

Updated on May 11, 2013

Italienne Rice Salad

Salads are more than just lettuce they are a mix of great food products full of flavor that are layered together.
Salads are more than just lettuce they are a mix of great food products full of flavor that are layered together. | Source

Amazing Salads

The early salads were mainly composed of leafy vegetables and herbs. During the experimental seventeenth century, chicken and seafood were introduced and fruit was quite common by the end of the eighteenth century. Today, we have a wealth of ingredients to choose from and a roster of salads both appetizing and alluring. Yet the prime favorite still remains the simple green salad, coolly glistening with honest oil and excellent vinegar. But today I want to hare with you a couple of salads that are current chef's and home cooks are making today.

The first salad we are going to make I a italienne rice salad that is loaded and packed with great flavors.

Italienne Rice Salad

Ingredients

3 cups of cooked rice

3 pimientos, cut in strips

1 green pepper, cut in strips

12 green onions, finely chopped, or 2/3 cup of chopped red Italian onions

1 1/2 cups of chicken or turkey breast, cut in julienne strips

18 large stuffed olives, sliced

18 large black olives, sliced

18 anchovy fillets, coarsely cut ( optional )

1 teaspoon dried or 2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil

garlic-flavored French dressing

chopped tomatoes, chopped hard-cooked eggs, capers( optional )

Salt and Peppers to taste

Methods

Combine first 9 ingredients and toss with French dressing. Garnish with the chopped tomatoes, chopped eggs. Sprinkle with capers, Salt and Pepper to taste. Serve and enjoy.

The second salad recipe is a great tasting Tabbouleh Salad.

Tabbouleh Salad

Ingredients

1 cup of fine Bulgar (cracked wheat)

1 pound of tomatoes, chopped

2 cups of chopped green onions

3 cups chopped parsley

1/4 cup of fresh mint

1/2 cup of olive oil

1/3 cup of lemon juice

1 1/4 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Methods

Wash the wheat. cover with hot water and let stand 30 minutes. Drain, the squeeze dry.

Chop together the tomatoes, green onions, parsley and mint. Beat in the oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Mix in the wheat until well blended. Serve in lettuce cups. Serves and enjoy.

Again salads were mainly leafy vegetables and herbs but now they come in a wide range of ingredients that I'm sure you and your family will love.......Happy eating.

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    • Handicapped Chef profile imageAUTHOR

      Handicapped Chef 

      5 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      Thanks gags3480 it's a really great salad, and Carol brown rice would go very well with this so would long grain rice please try and enjoy.

    • carol7777 profile image

      carol stanley 

      5 years ago from Arizona

      This salad looks wonderful though I probably would use brown rice ..Great meal idea especially for summer.

    • gags3480 profile image

      GAGANPREET SINGH BHATIA 

      5 years ago from Kanpur, India

      Your Recipe is worth trying. Will surely make it tomorrow.

      Voted up.

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