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5 Fab Salads That Are Perfect For Summer!

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If you’re looking for fab salads that go beyond limp lettuce then you’ve arrived at the right place. I have found five super exciting salads that will go perfectly with your summer party or BBQ. The ideas and recipes come from fab food bloggers and are certainly too good to miss! This is a varied collection with inspirations from places like Lebanon and Italy! Just think, you could be enjoying a whole bunch of fab salads all summer long!

Let me know which one is your favourite in the comments below…

Warm Potato Salad With Dill & Smoked Salmon – Homemade And Yummy 

Do you like fish and potatoes? Do you like fish and chips? Well think of this potato salad as an upscale version. Combining a family recipe, and a bit of inspiration from one cool guy, potatoes and smoked salmon are in a league of their own.

Mediterranean Orzo Salad – Jo Cooks

This Mediterranean Orzo Salad is bursting with delicious Mediterranean inspired flavors, packed with chickpeas, Kalamata olives, cherry tomatoes and feta cheese. It’s colorful, refreshing and best of all ready in 20 minutes.

Lebanese Potato Salad – The Lemon Bowl

My Aunt Paula has been making this Lebanese Potato Salad recipe for as long as I can remember. Made with bright lemon juice, silky olive oil, scallions, mint and parsley, this potato salad beats out the traditional mayo-based version any day of the week in my book.

Tuna Pasta Salad with Olives and Capers –  A Spicy Perspective

This time of year we want to slow down, pull out our shorts, and turn up our beach playlist. We want to eat foods that remind us of vacations past, and sip tiki drinks with flamboyant garnishes. We want comforting, yet lighter, meals with bold flavors and textures. Foods that take little time to make and are great for impromptu picnics and summer parties. Who’s with me?

Mediterranean Couscous Salad – Jeanie and Lulu’s Kitchen

This Mediterranean couscous salad is really filling and satisfying without being heavy at all. It’s also one of those recipes that I just love because it incorporates inspiration from both of my grandmothers. The couscous is very Middle Eastern for Jeanie, while the flavors are all Italian for Lulu!

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