The Salads Recipes and More

Eating is about connecting ~I hope you enjoy making these salads recipes. Sharing bowls of eye-appealing spreads, nibbles and dips together breaks the ice and bonds those around the table. Bonding with others is an important aspect of eating.

Below you will find links to fresh salads recipes: side dish salads as well as delicious kosher appetizer dips and spreads. The recipes are all from my cookbook, Cooking for The King , a work in progress. Although it's not quite ready for publishing yet, because you are visiting The Kosher Channel today, you can enjoy the yummiest of the recipes now!

So please come back often and you'll find new recipes I am adding weekly. And let me know what you think, I love getting your emails.

~Salads from Cooking for The King~

Sephardic Eggplant Salad ~Slow cooked salads are a hallmark of Mediterranean cooking. Long simmering allows the vegetables' natural flavors and a rich, smooth texture to develop.

The Onkeles Salad ~Clone of a classic favorite, but you'll have to read the story to understand!

Dead Sea Babaganoush ~creamy chunks of flavorful eggplant, accented with the mellow bite of roasted garlic and salt. This rendition is as close as I can get without going to Israel to get the original--something I highly recommend you do.

Corn and Tomato Salad~fresh and healthy, makes a delicious salad of summer's bounty of inexpensive corn

South African Tomato Salad~an interesting combination of flavors typical of South African cooking in the Jewish kitchen

Easy Vinaigrette Dressing~wondering exactly what is vinaigrette dressing? Here's the answer and a cooking video to show you how to make this easy, delicious sauce

Pareve Ranch Dressing~more than a salad dressing: it's a dip, a spread for wraps and sandwiches, a creamy pasta sauce... you'll want to think of new ways to use it. It's that good.

Toasted Barley and Pecan Salad~Often overlooked, barley is a wonderfully wholesome grain with a rich nutlike taste and a chewy, pasta-like texture.

Chick Chock Salad Mix~a great time and energy saving idea

Kohlrabi, Fennel and Carrot Salad~A typical Israeli salad, fresh and fuss free

Simple Fennel, Carrot & Cumin Salad & Video~Hear what Ramban has to say about the surprising properties of fennel. Two how-to recipes in this KosherChannel video.

Classic Chopped Israeli Salad~a very flexible salad and fun to experiment with

Sunny Quinoa Salad ~add any vegies you want to this brightly flavored salad or side dish

Renee's Table Carrot Salad ~tried and true combination of simple ingredients

Moroccan Carrot Salad~Bright and spicy

Japanese Ginger Salad Dressing~Kids love it, very versatile

Snappy Slaw~A salad that actually improves when made ahead

Citrus Slaw~pairs well with grilled chicken or fish

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