Main Course Salads: Creative Salads That Satisfy

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1999 - Cooking - 255 pages
Donna Rodnitzky's Main-Course Salads addresses this issue by showing the reader how to transform a salad from simple side dish or meal opener to delicious entree by complementing it with well-chosen portions of fruit, cheese, poultry, meat, seafood, rice, or pasta. Each of her more than 125 creations is also ideal for today's busy lifestyle, since most of the ingredients can be prepared ahead of time and quickly assembled before serving. Included are revamped staples like Salad Nicoise and Shrimp and Pasta Salad, along with yummy inventions like Tuscan Bean and Tuna Salad and vegetarian delights such as Orange-Infused Grain Salad.

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Main Course Salad Basics
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About the author (1999)

Donna Pliner Rodnitzky, author of "Ultimate Smoothies, The Lowfat Grill, The Complete Indoor/Outdoor Grill," and "101 Great Lowfat Desserts," is a caterer who lives in Iowa City, Iowa, where she keeps a juicer handy at all times.

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