Full of crunch, thanks to the sunflower seeds and apple, this broccoli salad is a happy marriage of flavour and texture. It travels well, and is a welcome addition to the picnic or potluck table.
This earthy, tasty salad is filling, easy to make and stores well. The brown rice, apples and beans offer a healthy dose of fibre that is sure to keep you satisfied.
Making use of sweet, ripe tomatoes and fresh herbs, this hearty salad is great to take along on summer picnics and potlucks.
Enjoy the pretty colours and crisp, delicious flavour of lettuce wraps, without the messy eating! If preferred, assemble the ingredients into 4 to 6 individual Buddha Bowl-style salads.
This fresh, hearty salad celebrates our Saskatchewan roots by featuring protein rich pulses and adding flavourful mustard and camelina oil as the base to the vinaigrette.
Why buy salad dressing when you can have a jar on hand of this from-scratch-versatile-dressing in the fridge? It’s ready to shake and toss with cabbage, apple and carrot for a quick slaw, drizzle over steamed asparagus, spoon over potatoes and fixings for a bbq or picnic supper.
This simple but colourful salad is an Asian twist on a traditional slaw. Make it ahead of time (at least an hour) to allow the flavours to infuse the vegetables.
This fresh and simple salad is a classic Italian plate and can be used as a side or served up as lunch. Top with Double-Mustard Vinaigrette for a delightful kick and pair with a lively Sauvignon Blanc.
Mustard brings texture and taste to this great salad!
Mustard takes this potato salad from summer picnic fare to a year-round favourite.
The nice thing about this dish… it only gets better with age! This spicy mustard and cabbage coleslaw keeps well in the refrigerator for 2 – 3 weeks.
This kid-friendly salad recipe is quick, easy, fresh and nutritious and includes cucumber, cauliflower, celery and peppers. The Mardi Gras Picnic Salad is an ideal salad to take to potlucks and picnics.