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10 + Amazing Salads

Skinny Spring is here and we have 10 plus amazing salads from fellow bloggers and myself that are going to rock your world.10 Plus Amazing Salads That will Rock Your World /

We have everything from appetizers, simple tossed salads with delicious and zesty dressings and hearty main course salads to help lighten and brighten your day.

#1  Check out this light and delicious appetizer salad from Nagi at Recipe Tin Eats. Loads of flavour, loads of texture and fun to eat for any party or gathering. Nagi's food photography and her lip smacking and drool worthy dishes will have you coming back for more.

Thai-Chicken-Salad-Wonton / Recipe Tin Eats

Recipe: Thai Chicken Salad Wonton Cups

#2 A delicious hearty vegan salad that you can make a meal out of is from Simply Fresh Dinners gorgeous Roasted Vegetable and Tabbouleh Salad. Robyn is a healthy food blogger and always makes use of fresh produce in season and her recipes are simple and delicious. Robyn also have a fun segment called Tuesday Tidbits in which she features other recipes from food bloggers and fun and interesting tidbits that will have you smiling and will certainly brighten your day.

Roasted Vegetable abd Tabbouleh Salad / Simply Fresh Dinners

Recipe: Roasted Vegetable and Tabbouleh Salad

#3  I have an absolute addiction to Japanese pickles and just can't seem to get enough of them so absolutely delighted with Just One Cook Book's simple and easy Tsukemono (Pickled Cabbage) recipe. You are going to love all of Nami-san's delicious and easy Japanese dishes as each recipe has step by step instructions and a video. Stop on by and say hello.

Tsukemono Pickled Cabbage / Just One Cookbook

Recipe: Tsukemono (Pickled Cabbage)

#4 Creamy and delicious Fried Goat Cheese and Roasted Beets with extra crunch from the delicious pecans makes an ordinary salad into and extraordinary salad. Come and check out Savoring Todays delicious recipes as she has a little something for everyone. Judy is my go to girl if I am hosting a gathering. She has lots of great posts to entertain a crowd.

Fried Goat Cheese Grilled Beet Salad / Savouring Today

Recipe: Fried Goat Cheese & Grilled Beet Salad

#5 A delicious and simple recipe from my part of the world is Omnivores Cook Book's Easy Chinese Cucumber Salad (拍黄瓜). This is a tried and true recipe I make for my family all the time and add just a little bit of chili pepper and they  love it. Maggie also has step by step processes and videos to help you make her delicious dishes, so be sure to drop on by and follow along.

Easy Chinese Cucumber Salad / Omnivores Cookbook

Recipe: Easy Chinese Cucumber Salad (拍黄瓜)

#6 Who can resist this rainbow vibrant and crunchy and Addictive Asian Slaw from Michelle at Vitamin Sunshine!! Michelle is also a healthy blogger. She lives in Kuala Lumpur and always finds delicious ways packs as much flavour and vitamins into her meals as possible. I think I could eat this whole bowl of Addictive Asian Cabbage Salad myself!

Addictive Asian Salad / Vitamin Sunshine

Recipe:  Addictive Asian Cabbage Slaw

#7   Gluten Free Italian Pasta is a great little recipe from Margaret Anne at Natural Chow.  This recipe is great for potlucks or a picnic and is snap to throw together. Margaret Anne is also a healthy food blogger and you are going to love her writing style and energy she puts into each post.

Gluten Free Italian Pasta/ Natural Chow

Recipe: Gluten Free Italian Pasta Salad

#8 No picnic is complete without a delicious Roasted Red Potato Salad with Parsley Vinaigrette. Thanks to Christine from No Gojis, No Glory you will be the culinary glamour star at the next picnic outing. Be sure to check out her recipe for baked honey marinated cod while you are visiting. My boys love this recipe!

Roasted Red Potato Salad/ No Gojis No Glory

Recipe: Roasted Red Potato Salad with Parsley Vinaigrette

#9  I'm just loving the berries in the market.  They are so sweet and delicious and just perfect for Mira's refreshing Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette. Mira makes so many bright and delicious dishes at Cooking LSL, you will not be able to choose just one so grab a quick cuppa and stay and visit for a while.

Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette / Cooking LSL

Recipe: Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette

#10 If you want to feel like you are on the beaches of Greece or French or Italian Rivera there is no better salad to settle your craving than a delightfully fresh but hearty Mediterranean Bean Salad from Bam's Kitchen. Salty from the feta, a little sweet from the little Malaysian cherries and aromatic from the rosemary; this dish could be a complete meal.

Mediterranean Bean Salad /

Recipe: Mediterranean Bean Salad

#11 I was looking for a hearty salad to keep my boys satisfied and John from Kitchen Riffs has loaded his salad with protein, carbs and a simple vinaigrette to keep you going all day long. Please make sure that you stop by and say hello before the weekend.  John always makes the most stunning and interesting cocktails that will make your weekends rock!

Chickpea, Rice and Spinach Salad / Kitchen Riffs

Recipe: Chickpea, Rice and Spinach Salad

#12 How about a warm salad? Sometimes your body just needs something nourishing and warm but we still crave the lettuces so the perfect solution is Stir Fried Romaine Lettuce from Bam's Kitchen.

Stir Fried Romaine Lettuce /

Recipe: Stir Fried Romaine Lettuce

I hope you enjoyed these 10 + amazing bright and wonderful salads and give them a try soon.



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10 + Amazing Salads

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April 8, 2015



  • Definitely all amazing Bam. Hard to choose a favourite.
    Have a beautiful day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

    • Bams Kitchen

      I think we should just one of each. There is no way I could choose either!

  • Robyn

    Wow, Bobbi, thanks for including me in such a gorgeous round-up! As much as I love comfort food, I’m definitely done and ready for fresh Spring produce. I can’t wait to explore! Thanks again 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      My pleasure Robyn. I am really ready for the fresh and lighter flavors and dishes that spring has to offer. Thanks so much for updating your post so that I could use it in the round up. Take Care

  • I just love all those different salads. I’m looking at several ones to make to celebrate skinny Spring. Thank you.

    • Bams Kitchen

      I am right there with you. Spring and summer are the times of the year that these is always a potluck or some kind of gathering and it is nice to have a list of go to salads to bring all in one place.

  • These salads really look amazing and delicious too! 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thank you Ray! I hope you will stop by and give these amazing bloggers a visit. Have a super weekend!

  • kitchenriffs

    What a great roundup of recipes! We’re craving salads, and you’ve given me some great ideas. And thanks for including one of mine! BTW, I’ve stir-fried romaine in the past, but hadn’t done it for ages. When you posted your recipe a few weeks ago, you’ve inspired me to begin stir-frying it again. Really good stuff! Thanks.

    • Bams Kitchen

      It was my pleasure to include you, John! You always have amazing tried and true recipes with great photos and I quite like the added bonus of rice and beans in your salad, I have to fill up my boys some way. Take Care

  • Wow, what a great selection to choose from but of course that first one in the wonton wrappers really caught my eye. At first I was thinking that it was crab meat which now that I think of it could also work out.

    • Bams Kitchen

      I bet the Thai salad wonton cups would be awesome with crab meat. Great idea! Have a delightful weekend.

  • Thanks for the links…the salads look fabulous Bobbi…hope you are enjoying your week 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thanks Juliana, wishing you an amazing weekend!

  • Eha

    Fantastic! Definitely one for filing! And looking up blogs so far unfamiliar: have already subscribed to ‘Vitamin Sunshine’ which seems right up my alley 🙂 ! Have loved your bean salad and made Nami’s beautiful cabbage one. The others are there for future trying!! Thinking of you 🙂 !

    • Bams Kitchen

      Hiya Eha, I found your first comment in my spam inbox so I have unspammed you (lol sounds funny) maybe now that wordpress knows you maybe there will be no more issues with akismet acting out and putting you in my spam box. sorry that happened dear…

  • Eha

    Sugar: WordPress is still arguing with me! Send #2!! Terrific collection of which I love your bean one and Nami’s cabbage . . . the others will be tried in turn with heaps of thanks – my ‘style’ of cooking as you know!! Have already subscribed to ‘Vitamin Sunshine’ which is right up my alley and the rest are pleasurable homework at the end of the proper work day 🙂 ! Thinking of you . . . .

    • Bams Kitchen

      Dear Eha, I am sorry wordpress is being such a bother. Do you think you are having internet connectivity issues or just wordpress issues? The 2nd one went through. Nami-san’s quick cabbage is really delicious and you are going to love Michelle from Vitamin Sunshine, she always has bright and fresh dishes on her menu. Have a super weekend.

  • All the salads look amazing Bobbi! I don’t know which one to choose!

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thank you Katerina, it was so much fun doing this round up and hope that you visit this great team of bloggers and say hello. BTW your apple pie recipe was amazing. I made 2 this weekend and all but one slice is left. I best hide that under the broccoli for myself for later on…

  • This is a lovely collection of salads – perfect for springtime eating!

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thank you Amy, wishing you a super weekend!

  • All lovely and beautifully presented, if only spring would hurry-up and come to my area so I can get into my garden to plant my greens and other crops..

    • Bams Kitchen

      These are an awesome group of bloggers with some amazing photography skills, please stop off and give them a visit. I bet you could make an awesome salad with your root vegetables, don’t you think? I am sure we will all be jealous of all of your beautiful harvest soon. I promise spring is coming… ignore that white stuff on the ground that is just Easter fluff.

      • I will be stopping off to visit the bloggers in your post, yes, they are an awesome group. Looking forward to showing off my harvest in the not too distant future.

  • Beautiful, colorful salads just in time to celebrate the warmer weather here in CO. Thanks for including our Fried Goat Cheese & Grilled Beet Salad in such a great line-up. 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      You are most welcome Judy! We love your delicious Fried Goat Cheese & Grilled Beet Salad as I love all the textures in the salad, it has it all going on. Love that!

  • Is it weird that I just licked my screen? LOL These look wonderful! XO

    • Bams Kitchen

      I think that is totally normal! LOL I think I do that every time I am reading one of your recipes too.

  • Bobbi – now ALL i wanna eat is salad – for lunch, dinner and breakfast!!! These are some wonderful salads and wow -the pictures are mind blowing!

    • Bams Kitchen

      Hiya Shashi! A girl needs more than just salads alone but it certainly is a good place to start and maybe we could end it with one of your healthy strawberry oatmeal banana breakfast cookies for something just delicately sweet. Have a super weekend!

  • Wow these look amazing! Would love to try out some of the salads here. Thanks for sharing!

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thanks Jean! I hope you do stop off and visit these awesome bloggers and their salads are just one of the very many gorgeous recipes on their website.

  • mjskit

    Well, you certainly names this post correctly. What a great collection of salads!!!!

    • Bams Kitchen

      They are just gorgeous! Don’t you just love how bright and beautiful these photos are!!! Don’t you worry, if I do a chili pepper round up you will be the first person called. Actually, I have been seriously thinking about doing this so let me know if your interested.

  • I LOVE SALADS!!!! All types of combos.. YUM 🙂 Tonight – Tuna, Egg, Sauteed Onions & Sauteed Acorn Squash! 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      I do too and now that spring is here I am excited to get back on the light and healthier eating track. Tuna, Egg, Sauteed Onions & Sauteed Acorn Squash sounds amazing. Is this recipe on your website? will have to check it out.

  • hotlyspiced

    What a great post. Such variety in these salads. I think I’d like to try the crunchy cabbage salad and your stir-fried romaine salad side by side! xx

    • Bams Kitchen

      Hi there Charlie! Thanks so much it was really fun doing this round up. I just had a sneak peak of your menu for Easter Sunday and oh my goodness your kids must just adore you. They will never want to leave home if you keep feeding them like that… LOL

  • It’s salad season and just by looking at these beauties, I feel already hungry.
    They all look amazing but I think my favorites is the Thai chicken salad in Wonton cups,
    so yummy.

    • Bams Kitchen

      Hello Daniela, I have made Nagi’s Thai chicken wonton cups and they are gorgeous, they are a must try!

  • Hi Bobbi! Thanks so much for including my Tsukemono recipe and your kind mention! As the weather is getting warmer, salad and vegetable dishes appear frequently on the table. Everyone’s dishes are spectacular (good pick, Bobbi!). It’ll be fun to try one at a time! Have a nice weekend!

    • Bams Kitchen

      You are most welcome Nami-san. Indeed it is time for a skinnier spring and looking at some lighter and healthier dishes.

  • All of these salads look so good! Thanks for sharing this roundup and hope you had a wonderful Easter! 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thanks Nancy and a belated Happy Easter to you and yours!

  • Oh man…slimming down a few more pounds. psshh…piece of cake with all these delicious looking salads. Great round-up Bobbi, and thanks for including one of mine! 🙂

    • Bams Kitchen

      You are most welcome Christine! I love your salad and it is perfect for these upcoming events this spring…graduation parties, showers and fun gatherings.

  • You were right, what awesome salads! I don’t think I’ll try meat again in quite a while… 😉

  • This is so timely, just as I’m thinking more about salads and all the seasonal produce we get to enjoy again. Great selection, thanks! : )

  • Yum! These all look amazing (and just what I need after easter!!).

  • Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    I’ve seen most of these and I fell in love with each one. Now that it’s getting more wintery every day, I don’t crave salads as much but this is a post to save, for sure.

  • Great selection of salads! love the list you put up! I’ve been craving a salad for a while now..

    • Bams Kitchen

      Thank Jo! It is skinny spring and I have been just craving salads and loads of veggies.

  • What an incredible diverse and mouthwatering collection of salads! They all look delicious yet simple to prepare. If you’re interested, check out the recipe for one of my favorite salads here:

    • Bams Kitchen

      Completely delicious Mary. I can’t wait to give your recipe a try. Loads of all of my favourite things; avocado, oranges and baby kale. I am swooning over your recipe.

  • I’ll take a bowl of each salad please. 🙂 They look so yummy, especially the red potato one. Mmmm.
    I just pulled my slow cooker out, its snapped cold here in Canberra. Sigh! Although, if I turn the heater up, reckon many of these would be delightful sides to accompany a hearty winter feed.
    Hope you are well lovely one, and that you have a beautiful weekend. xx

  • Mira

    Lovely salads Bobbi! So many to choose from! Thanks for including mine 🙂

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