Chopped salads are a beautiful way to show of summer’s terrific produce. Each ingredient is interesting to eat and taste, and together they combine to give you something even better.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can chop all the salad ingredients up to four hours ahead and store them, covered, in the fridge.
YUMMY!!!THE BEST! I've been making this for years now! So great for a barbecue side or take to a potluck! Flavors are great and very fresh.
This is one of my favorite recipes from Fine Cooking and always reliable and a hit. I give it a 10+.
This is by far my favorite and most used recipe from Fine cooking ever. A few work arounds that I do to speed up making this: use jarred roasted peppers, estimate vinaigrette rather than measure and omit the shallots. If I am making a big batch for weekly lunches, I will use cherry tomatoes since they don't go bad as fast as cut up tomatoes, and hold off on adding avocado until the day of. Such a great summer salad!
An excellent salad. We added Quoina that was cooked with taco seasonig package. Served the Quiona and added the salad to the top as a protein. Became a 'Taco Salad' that was very healthy.
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