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Ready in minutes and fresh as can be, this salad is as simple as it is delicious. Submitted by SPARK_RECIPES
Stuffed green bell peppers from Mom's recipe..a great Sunday meal!
Note: You can use ground beef instead of ground turkey, but the nutritional facts will be different--the facts posted are for turkey. I find they taste just as good with the turkey. Submitted by EVERLASTINGGOO
This colorful salad is a slightly changed recipe I got from Epicurious.com. It's great for potlucks or outdoor eating. You can significantly lower the fat and calories by leaving out the nuts and the recipe is still quite good, but the nuts add an extra layer of texture that's really nice.
To save time, I shred the cabbage and slice the apples with my food processor. You can also make the spiced nuts and dressing a day ahead - store the nuts airtight at room temp. Cover and chill the dressing; bring to room temp and rewhisk before using.Submitted by ELLE_EMENOPE
This simple salad pairs well with grilled meats.
This fresh and tangy cucumber dill sauce uses non-fat plain yogurt to give it a creamy taste and texture. It can be eaten as a side dish with grilled chicken or as a topping on a gyro or pita sandwich!!Submitted by MISSJCISRUNNING
Depending on how small you chop the veggies, this light summer side can be a salad or salsa. Pair the salad with grilled chicken or shrimp. As a dip, opt for endive, jicama slices, or lime tortilla chips. Submitted by CHEF_MEG
This is a giant salad and can be shared between 2 people. Add 3-4 ounces of grilled chicken or salmon to make this a complete, satisfying meal.Submitted by OILPAINTER
Served on a bed of nutrient-rich spinach, this chicken is a tasty lunch or dinner!
Good as a side dish or dessert, this salad made from fresh fruit is naturally low in fat, saturated fat, and sodium. Plus, it's cholesterol free.
You've never used ramen noodles like this before. Try this in place of traditional slaw.
A light but filling salad that goes well with any meal.Submitted by FLACHILOVER