Ed and I love salads, especially in the summer. It’s so easy to get into a rut, throwing together the same ingredients week after week. To help all of us in this regard, I’ve put together a month’s worth of salad recipes. Thanks to some of my favorite food bloggers for sharing their recipes. With 31 salad recipes, you’ll find several to add to your summer salad rotation. You could, in fact, have a different salad everyday of the month!
The recipes are divided into two broad categories, those that predominately feature vegetables or fruit and those that are highlighting a protein, starch, or grain. Enough chit-chat, have fun exploring these 31 salad recipes. Bon appetit or as we say in Poland, smacznego!
31 Salad Recipes
- Apple-Walnut Rainbow Chard Salad from An Edible Mosaic
- Avocado Boats from The European Mama
- Brocolli Raisin Salad from Polish Housewife
- Carrot Salad from Polish Housewife
- Cauliflower Bacon Salad from Polish Housewife
- Gogi Berry & Blue Cheese from Gluten Free and Me
- Green Mango Salad from Anula’s Kitchen
- Green Salad with Apples, Cherries & Manchego from Polish Housewife
- Polish Cauliflower Salad from Polish Housewife
- Raw Vegetable Salad from Rhubarb and Honey
- Salad with Avocado, Baked Feta & Pomegranate from Eva in the Kitchen
- Shaved Carrot & Ginger Salad from Rhubarb and Honey
- Summer Salad from The European Mama
- Tomato Cucumber Salad from Polish Housewife
- Arugula Salad with Halloumi from My Traveling Joys
- Chicken Salad Bowl with Avacado, Strawberry & Walnut from An Edible Mosaic
- Chilled Hominy Salad from Rhubarb and Honey
- Cold Fava Bean with Herbs from Polish Housewife
- Easy Chicken Salad from This American Bite
- Falafel-Spiced Roasted Chickpea Salad from An Edible Mosaic
- Green Lentil Salad from My Traveling Joys
- Herb Lentil Salad from This American Bite
- Hot Potato Salad from This American Bite
- Lentil Salad with Herbed Goat Cheese from An Edible Mosaic
- Polish Vegetable Salad from Polish Housewife
- Shrimp Salad from Wonky Wonderful
- Southwest Vegetarian Quinoa Salad from Polish Housewife
- Tabbouleh from My Traveling Joys
- Tomato Quinoa Salad from Wonky Wonderful
- Turkey Fajita Salad from Polish Housewife
- Wheat Berry Pesto Salad from Polish Housewife
Thanks to all my friends for generously sharing their recipes. I love reading their blogs and I know you will too!
An accountant by trade and a food blogger since 2009, Lois Britton fell in love with Polish cuisine during the years she lived in Poznań, Poland. As the creator of PolishHousewife.com, she loves connecting readers with traditional Polish recipes. Lois has a graduate certificate in Food Writing and Photography from the University of South Florida. She is the author of The Polish Housewife Cookbook, available on Amazon and on her website.
Wow, you are a doll for posting all of these wonderful recipes. Just the ticket for the hot summer here in Phx. thanks Lois!!
My pleasure, Julie! Just the ticket for Poznan’s summer too.
I love reading your comments about Poland and your travels there. I am a Polak from Toledo but now live in Tucson. Always looking forward to reading more of your blogs. And thank you for all of the recipes.
Hi Kathryn, or given your Polish roots, maybe I should call you Kasia! I’m glad you’ve enjoyed our Polish adventure. We certainly have! Thanks for your comment. I really appreciate it! <3
Sorry, maybe I’m mistaken, but isn’t the word “POLAK” as derogatory towards Poles, as the “N” word is toward blacks, in terms of insults ? Please let me know the etiquette regarding this word ? I was raised hearing “We don’t use words like that…it’s not a nice word.”
I’m not sure that this has to do salads, but yes, sadly it has taken on a negative connotation in the USA. In Poland, however, it still just means a Polish man, and I suspect it’s a word used with pride.
Faith (An Edible Mosaic)
There is so much great inspiration here! Thank you so much for including me in your round-up!
Thanks for participating, Faith. You’re right about the inspiration, I’ve just added two of your recipes to our menu this week! 🙂
What a fabulous round-up! I am a HUGE salad person in the summer, and these are all fantastic!
Thanks so much for including me!
Thank you, Kimberly! I love your blog. 🙂
Thanks for including me too, Lois! I also need new inspiration from time to time so I’ll bookmark this list for future ideas! Just stocked up on veggies at Hala Mirowska today…now I need to plan my menus! 🙂
My pleasure, Joy! Thanks for sharing with us.