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This noodle salad incorporates the classic Asian flavors of ginger, sesame and peanut to make a refreshing, but hearty lunch or potluck dish.
Tofu is marinated in lemon juice and soy sauce, sautéed and then tossed with couscous, corn and carrots.
This salad involves everything you would put on a loaded baked potato -- sour cream, bacon, cheddar, chives, onion, butter -- in a refreshing presentation.
Toss crisp lettuce and other veggies with a velvety vinaigrette made with fiber- and protein-rich creamy cannellini beans, chilies, lime juice, cilantro and hot-pepper sauce.
Toss together a healthful low-fat potato salad with mouth-watering golden potatoes, onion, celery and bacon. The creamy, yet fat-free dressing is mostly nutrient-rich fruit and veggies, too.
A purée of peas and a handful of fresh herbs lend this nutritious dressing its emerald green glow.
The cashews give this pea salad lots of added crunch and flavor.
Easy Cream Cheese Danish
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