My sister contributed this summer salad recipe. Of course I had to give her a few mangoes from our mango tree to get it out of her, but I think the trade was good for me and you. As the summer winds down, enjoy this Lettuce, Mango and Sunflower Seed Salad ...

This Lettuce Salad with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pecans is an attempt to recreate a salad served at the Bonafey Restaurant in Kfar Rut, Israel. The combination of the flavorful dressing with the lettuce, pecans and sun-dried tomatoes is delicious. The resta ...

This child-friendly Macaroni Salad can be the starchy side dish on your barbecue menu. While this simple pasta salad can be easily dressed up with cherry tomatoes, red onion, broccoli, carrots or other raw vegetables, my kids prefer it plain.

Several small dishes filled with various, colorful salads adds a festive and elegant touch to the table. I like to serve this Marrakesh Carrot Salad, from Susie Fishbein's cookbook <i><a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/koshercookbooks/gr/fishbein_lit ...

Carrots flavored with cumin and garlic are a classic dish in Morocco. Whenever I want to add a colorful and flavorful side salad to a meal, I find this Moroccan Carrot Salad does the trick.

Add variety to your Shabbat table with this Moroccan Sweet Beet Salad. After cooking the beets in water, simply slice and spice. Simple, colorful, healthy and delicious. This salad is so tasty that even the kids will eat it up.

What do you get when you combine lettuce, avocados, oranges, almonds and red onions? A uniquely delicious and healthy salad that is especially nice to serve during the late winter and early spring months when avocados and oranges are in season. The dressi ...

This is the most delicious solution I have found for what to do with leftover chicken from Friday night dinner's chicken soup. From his book <i>Jeff Nathan's Family Suppers</i>, Jeff Nathan provides this delicious and nutritious recipe for Poached Chicken ...

For lunch on the second day of Rosh Hashanah, after everyone feels a bit heavy from too many holiday meals, I like to serve this fresh and light Pomegranate Apple Salad. It complements the spirit of the holiday by using the two fruits upon which blessings ...

Susie Fishbein includes this recipe for Purple Cabbage Salad in her Passover by Design cookbook. This colorful salad, contributed by her friend Beth Eidman, can be prepared early in the day of the Passover Seder and then served as a Pesach salad or side d ...

My sister-in-law's recipe for Quinoa Corn Salad solved an issue we were facing. While we wanted to eat quinoa more often because it is healthy, we didn't really like quinoa itself very much. Thanks to this recipe, we like quinoa better now and are eating ...

This Russian Potato Salad is hearty and delicious. The peas and carrots add color and flavor that set this salad apart from other potato salads. For a pleasing summer meal, serve this potato salad with <a href="http://kosherfood.about.com/od/meatmaindishe ...

This Spinach Salad, topped with nuts and fruit, is a refreshing summer salad. It is also especially quick and easy to prepare. Serve this salad with salmon for a delicious and healthy summer dinner.

This easy to prepare, delicious to taste, kosher pareve salad recipe comes from Sara Finkel's bestselling cookbook <i>Classic Kosher Cooking</i>.

This Spinach Strawberry Salad with Poppy Seed Dressing is a refreshing summer salad. For a more festive salad, add either sliced purple onion or slivered almonds.

Paula Weinstein and Julie Remer's Kosher Sugared Almond Salad is the all-time favorite salad of my family and friends. Whenever we are invited to a potluck, I am asked to bring this salad. For a Sabbath or holiday meal, this can be served as an appetizer. ...

We LOVE sushi, and it makes a wonderful appetizer for a summer Shabbos meal. But sushi takes time to prepare. This Sushi Salad is a great way to enjoy the great taste of sushi without all the time and effort required to prepare sushi.

My Hungarian father makes this special Sweet and Sour Lettuce Salad, and my pickle-loving daughter gobbles it up. It is gentler than sauerkraut, but also dresses up meat sandwiches or makes a flavorful side dish.

Tabbouleh Salad, a combination of bulgar wheat, vegetables and herbs, is a light, tangy and refreshing salad that is especially popular in the homes of Sephardic Jews. For a Sabbath appetizer, serve Tabbouleh on individual plates on top of a piece of lett ...

The Tangy Lettuce Salad is a big hit every time I serve it. The secret to its success is the combination of slightly spicy dressing with sweet sugared pecans and mandarin oranges.