Whether you want a salad recipe for a quick lunch for one or something that will wow your guests for supper, we’ve got a multitude of options to choose from.
If you’re looking for beautiful colours and flavours on a plate, then try Donna Hay’s raw beetroot salad with grilled goats’ cheese which would make a wonderful starter at a dinner party, or a lovely main for two when you’re looking to dish up a light dinner.
If you’re a committed carnivore and won't feel satisfied with a vegetarian salad, then we have plenty of salad recipes that include meat like our grilled lamb and aubergine with feta salad, or our spicy chicken and noodle salad.
Nothing could be easier than our spiced chicken and mango salad, which is great the day after you’ve made a roast and have meat left over. Tossed in herbs and dressing, it takes on a stunning fragrance that is lovely with a leafy salad and sweet mango.
For a side dish to your roast, be it meat, fish or veg roast, try our warm root vegetable salad. It looks beautiful served on your dinner table and is very low-fuss as once the ingredients are in the oven you can get on with preparing any other elements of the meal you have left.
Fish and prawn salads are some of our most popular salad recipes like our rice noodle salad with hot smoked salmon or our prawn and avocado salad with lemon dressing. For a really special occasion you might want to opt for our lobster, avocado and asparagus salad. Whether it’s for a nice, light lunch for two, or you want to treat your dinner party guests to something a little more indulgent, this recipe is great for either.
When it comes to salads we really have all bases covered so you’ll never be stuck for salad recipe ideas ever again!
you're making a big bowl to share or preparing a quick lunch for one.
This vivid blood orange, feta and fennel salad is so easy to through together but is full of interesting, zingy flavours. Have it with crusty bread as a light lunch, or try it as a refreshing side to roast or barbecued meat.
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Delicious Salad recipes
Blood orange, feta and fennel salad is perfect for when blood oranges are in season and can be eaten on its own with crusty bread or as a side to roast lamb
Salads are a fantastic way to eat light and healthy but if you're bored of the same old combinations, THIS is how to mix things up a little...
Fresh or from a jar, roasted peppers taste delicious in this roasted pepper and sweetcorn salad with rocket, which has great textures and punchy flavour
This layered betroot and cabbage winter salad is a new twist on a classic coleslaw recipe, plus it's healthier as it uses yogurt rather than mayonnaise
Giving us two of our 5-a-day, this colourful salad also uses quinoa Ė itís a brilliant, tasty grain packed with both protein and fibre, and is also gluten-free
This colourful Persian sharazi salad takes a little while to make, but it's well worth the effort and can easily be made in advance to allow the flavours to infuse
This salt and pepper potato salad is great either hot or cold and has a bit of a kick to it with fresh chilli, coriander and red onion, which keeps it simple but tasty
Coconut summer slaw is the perfect dairy-free alternative to regular coleslaw and makes a great addition to a barbecue or picnic
Chickpea and aubergine salad brings a real taste of the Middle East to your table. Perfectly delicious and moreish with a light yogurt dressing
Chargrilled halloumi with honey is the perfect balance of sweet and savoury and is a great options for vegetarians at a barbecue
Take pasta salad to a new level with the bold flavours of tomato and chorizo with rocket and fresh herbs, which can be served cold
Prawn and papaya salad is a zesty, Asian-style dish with mostly storecupboard ingredients, plus it's only 154 calories
Make a lighter coleslaw with apple, fennel and white cabbage in a dressing thatís lighter than mayonnaise - and ready in 10 minutes!
Swap steak and chips for this fresher Vietnamese beef recipe made with lemongrass, fish sauce and toasted sesame oil
Slow roast tomatoes for more than two hours to really add a richness of flavour to this simple recipes made with garlic and herbs