5 Hearty Salad Recipes to Love this Autumn
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Fall season is always a good idea to experiment in the kitchen, what with all of the wonderful flavours it brings. Think brussels sprouts, cranberry, apple, butternut squash and more! This weekend, arm yourselves with a healthy dose of fresh fall salad recipes you can whip up at the convenience of your home. We're loving all of the healthy options below:
Crispy Skin Salad with Buttermilk Dressing
Beautifully eye catching and tasty, this "Crispy Skin Salad with Buttermilk Dressing" is especially perfect for fall. Suggested by Chef Nina Compton of Compere Lapin, this dish is just what you need to start off fresh and healthy while still pleasing your tastebuds. Opt to add some crispy chicken skin if you're really in dire need of carbs. See full recipe here.
Arugula, Grape, and Almond Salad with Saba Vinaigrette
The best thing about eating this "Arugula, Grape, and Almond Salad with Saba Vinaigrette" dish? The crushed grapes which you whisk into the vinaigrette. It's the healthy alternative to drinking wine on the weekends... but you can also choose to sip one glass while you're at it. See full recipe here.
Boston Lettuce Wedges with Zinfandel Vinaigrette and Stilton
Hosting a friendly (and healthy) dinner party this weekend? Serve them up with this "Boston Lettuce Wedges with Zinfandel Vinaigrette and Stilton" dish that's made up of sweet lettuce, toasted walnuts, vinaigrette and Stilton. Top it off with some blue-cheese dressing for extra delight! See full recipe here.
Broccoli Rabe And Kale Harvest Salad
Nothing is more drool-worthy than this "Broccoli Rabe And Kale Harvest Salad" recipe that's filled with orange-cranberry dressing, apple and fennel. Finish with an oozing amount of maple syrup. See full recipe here.
Apple, Pecan, and Feta Salad
You know what they say, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away". So why not indulge in this delicious and heart-warmingly healthy "Apple, Pecan, and Feta Salad" dish while binge-watching your favourite Netflix movie? What's unique about this recipe is that it uses feta as a tart twist, and is basically the perfect complement to the apple cider dressing. What more can you ask for on a weekend, right? See full recipe here.
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