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Best Dressed - 50 Recipes Endless Salad Inspiration - cover

Best Dressed - 50 Recipes Endless Salad Inspiration

Dawn Yanagihara, Adam Ried

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

Mix up your greens with these fifty recipes for composed salads, flavorful dressings, tempting toppings, and more. 
 
What makes the tastiest salad? Great ingredients, of course, plus a beautifully balanced dressing and a bit of crunchy texture. This book has all the fixings for those looking for lunch or savory supper ideas: thirty-five recipes for dressings, ten toppings, ten composed salads that bring all the elements together perfectly—plus gorgeous photographs to get you inspired. 
 
Each dressing recipe is paired with suggestions for which greens work best, plus add-ons—like toasted nuts, roasted vegetables, cooked grains, and more—that provide great options for the best salads all year long.
Available since: 11/29/2016.
Print length: 195 pages.

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