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Summer Salads – Two Favorite Summer Salad Recipes


Do you like to make salads in the summer? Do you want to make some tasty summer salads, but are tired of the same old, same old? There are a ton of different salads you can make in the summer, so read this article for two favorite summer salad recipes!

Why are people looking to make tasty summer salads in the summer? Since it is very hot in the summer, lots of people are looking to eat lighter food. And when you think about summer, and how the weather is hot, you want to eat cool summer salads. The great news is that cool summer salads are very tasty, and you will want to make those salads again and again.

Another great thing about cooking tasty salads is that they are actually easy to make. You don’t want anything elaborate or even cooked in the summer. This means that the majority of salads in the summer are made from raw fruits, nuts, vegetables and herbs. No cooking required! This means that if you want to make great and tasty salads in the summer, you can make them very easily, by combining a few raw ingredients and making a tasty dressing.

Here are two favorite summer salad recipes for you to use:

1. Strawberry Spinach Salad.

A strawberry spinach salad is extremely easy to make, all you need is spinach, strawberries, almonds and a very simple salad dressing.

Wash the spinach and chop it. Wash strawberries and chop them. Chop and toast almonds.

Make a dressing – vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper. Combine dressing with the salad and stir.

2. Grape Tomato, Onion and Cucumber Salad Recipe.

Here is a very simple summer recipe that is also very delicious!

Wash the grape tomatoes and chop them. Wash cucumbers and chop them. Wash onions and chop them. Wash parsley and chop it.

Make dressing with vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper. Combine the dressing with the salad.

And here is a step-by-step recipe, with all the ingredients and measurements for making a summer salad! Check out Strawberry Spinach Salad And check out salad bowls for mixing the salads.


By: Biana Babinsky