As we head into spring, our cravings can get caught between the hearty meals we’ve known all winter and the refreshing flavors we want to taste on warmer days. This Curry Chicken Salad marries these two tastes perfectly into a versatile springtime dish.
Ready for a hearty fall salad that packs some serious crunch? Wild rice, Brussels sprouts and cabbage create a power team of vitamin B and C to boost immunity and protein and fiber to keep things moving. Don't be scared off by the overnight prep. This well-balanced salad is a great lunch option and would be a welcomed addition to any holiday table.
It's time to start utilizing one of the season's most nutrient dense foods. This simple salad combines the sweetness of beets and husk cherries or tomatoes with the nutty sharpness of the walnut dressing. This recipe is great for post-cleanse, especially Clean fans who are pregnant. The full Clean Program isn't recommended during pregnancy or nursing, but the beneficial vitamin B and iron provided by this salad are approved and not to be missed.
We find that people have the most success during the Clean Program when they include plenty of whole food protein and fiber. This is the perfect salad to help you do just that. Use it as a base for leftover chicken or salmon or as a wonderful vegan source of protein and iron.
This salad is a perfect side dish, and would be a highlight at your Thanksgiving feast. Bitter greens, like the ones found in this salad, are an amazing addition to your meals. They’re teeming with nutrition, packed with fiber, and they help kickstart the digestive process. Most of us don’t eat enough bitter foods, so we miss out on their many benefits. Best of all, their taste is balanced by the sweetness of apple and beet. We hope you enjoy this beautiful and tasty way to include more bitter foods in your diet.
This is a great way to enjoy some of the last fall greens, or if lettuce is no longer available where you live, try heartier mixed greens or just the acorn squash and sauce alone. Sunflowers are high in vitamin E (the body's primary fat-soluble antioxidant), magnesium and selenium, and this delicious sauce has many uses so don't be surprised if it becomes a regular in your kitchen.
Quick and easy, this dish is perfect for dinner, summer picnics, parties and BBQ's. It travels and keeps well, so make a large batch and enjoy it for a few days. Feel free to use whatever vegetables and herbs are available locally or in your own garden.