Cool salad combos for the hot days ahead

Strawberry salad -
This sensational seasonal salad uses fresh ripe strawberries and spinach leaves, and is garnished with creamy blue cheese and crunchy walnuts... an inspired combination!

Asparagus salad -
Steam cook the asparagus and serve with peas, radish, zucchini, lettuce, and hazelnuts. Crumble in some fresh goat cheese as a simple, creamy addition.

Spring salad -
Bright and colorful, a spring salad of crispy leaf lettuce, frisée, fresh tomato, and boiled free-range eggs all sprinkled with fennel works either as a main dish or side serving.

Spinach salad -
Loaded with nutrients and antioxidants, spinach finds its way into many salads, and deservedly so. Whip one up using quinoa and assorted roasted vegetables.

Courgette salad -
Get creative by spiralizing the courgette before adding avocado and tomato. Sprinkle with pumpkin seeds and some sprigs of parsley. Yummy!

Steamed broccoli salad -
A delicious steamed broccoli salad with tomato, crispy fried bacon, and a cheese yogurt dressing.

Watermelon salad -
Watermelon salad literally melts in your mouth and is an ideal meal choice on a hot, humid day. Mix with feta cheese and cucumber, and top with a sprig of mint.

Broad bean salad -
Broad beans are bright green and vitamin-packed, and make a healthy base for any salad. Try them mixed with quinoa, sweet peas, and a bit of mint.

Tuna salad -
Celebrate summer with a healthy tuna salad. Serve it up with tomatoes, borlotti beans, dill, and a dash of lemon juice.

Steak salad -
For a protein-packed treat, rustle up a steak salad using aubergine, sunflower sprouts, and feta cheese to get things going.

Sicilian salad -
A marvelous Mediterranean treat, this refreshing orange, fennel, and olive salad can be further enhanced with chopped tomato, celery, and mozzarella cubes. 

Spinach salad with grilled chicken breast - Love spinach? Prefer chicken? No problem. Just combine both, add red apple slices, dried cranberry, and crunchy walnuts, and you've got it made.

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