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This is the perfect dish if you feel like a light but tasty dinner. You can cook boneless skinless chicken breasts as the main ingredient, but you’ll save lots time by buying a whole or half rotisserie chicken at the store and save the rest for sandwiches or another salad later in the week. Use the white meat and just shred or slice it into bite-size pieces
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This is a homemade salad dressing that’s unbelievably good and surprisingly easy to make. All the ingredients are natural and this salad dressing will last for weeks if not months in the fridge. Here’s how to make our secret sauce
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We’ve adapted a classic salad you find in countries like Greece and Turkey to incorporate shrimp or chicken. This ChowGuys salad makes a healthy, satisfying meal and will keep overnight in the fridge if you want to make a little extra for the next night.
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This is a refreshing salad that has enough substance to make a satisfying meal. Orzo is the Mediterranean pasta used daily by Greeks, Turks and Italians and is available in most American food stores. It’s good to keep some orzo in the pantry along with pasta and rice.
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This is another meal-size salad that’s a nice change of pace for dinner. We dice a lot of vegetables and bind the cooked pieces of shrimp with a spicy dressing spiked with dill. We love to eat shrimp salad with toasty pita or French bread.
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This is a perfect side dish or salad for late summer when real tomatoes are available in the garden or at farmer’s markets around the country. Fresh mozzarella is best; if you see any buffalo mozzarella, grab it because it’s light as a cloud and tastes like heaven.
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Our friend Tom Parker’s recipe makes a super easy side dish that goes with just about any grilled food, meat or fish. You can make it well ahead of time and is even tastier after resting in the fridge for awhile.
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Adapted from Bon Appétit, this easy recipe makes a healthy, tasty week day dinner when you don’t have time for a lot of fuss and bother. It’s a quicker version of the classic salade nicoise.
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