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Individually prepared composed salads make a beautiful presentation to any meal, be it a usual weeknight or entertaining special guests. Follow our guide to learn just how to master this technique.

Composed Salads

There are two ways to make a salad: Put everything in a bowl, add the dressing, and toss it all together; or arrange and layer everything on invidividual plates, drizzling the dressing on top of each. The latter is a "composed salad." It makes an eye-catching presentation with all the various ingredients displayed on the plate. This gallery explains just how to do it, step-by-step.

Start with 2 cups shredded lettuce per person

You can use bagged mixes, or you can choose two lettuces and shred them together: Bibb and romaine, iceberg and endive, red leaf and baby oak leaf, spinach and radicchio. Think about pairing similar if slightly contrasting tastes: bold arugula with bold endive, mild mesclun mix with mild iceburg lettuce for crunch. Yes, you can mix the bold and the mild, but you must be careful: Radicchio will overpower baby oak leaf lettuce. You'll need to balance the two with a creamy, slightly sweet dressing. Arrange the shredded leaves on the plates.

Add 3 ounces of protein per plate

Choose from skinless rotisserie chicken, precooked shrimp, grilled or poached salmon (or purchased salmon from the prepared food counter), canned or grilled tuna, crabmeat, diced ham, or even roast turkey from the deli counter (but know that these last two are high in sodium). Place the protein on top of the salad greens.

Add 1 cup veggies and/or fruit per person

Try small broccoli florets, shredded zucchini or carrots, canned quartered artichoke hearts (packed in water and drained), thin bell pepper strips, snow peas, sugar snap peas, thinly sliced red onion or celery, sliced peaches, sliced nectarines, whole berries, sliced apples, sliced pears, or even sliced dried apricots. Choose several, maybe 1/3 cup each of three. Remember: Variety is the spice of salads as well as life! Sprinkle any of these on top of the protein and around the greens.

Give It Some Crunch

For crunch, add 2 tablespoons toasted chopped nuts per serving. Choose from shelled pistachios, cashews, pecans, or walnuts―but look for unsalted roasted nuts to keep the sodium in check. Or skip the nuts altogether, and add a few crunchy croutons, preferably ones you make yourself from day-old cubed bread in a dry skillet over medium heat. Dot these all around the plates.

Get Cheesy

If you'd like, add 1 ounce shredded, shaved, or crumbled cheese per person―blue cheese, Parmesan, cheddar, Gouda, fresh goat cheese, or another of your favorites. Sprinkle the cheese over the plates.

Drizzle the Dressing

Drizzle two or three tablespoons of your favorite salad dressing over each salad. If you have a bottled favorite you'd like to use, read the label, and make sure you're using a low-sodium dressing.

Add the Seasoning

Add several grinds of black pepper to each plate, and you're ready to enjoy a tasty, easy meal.

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Though tossed salads are a great way to add a healthy touch to your lunch or dinner time, they often get a bad rap for being bland or boring. Not this time! Packed full of delicious mix-ins like grated carrots, juicy peaches, crumbly goat cheese and so much more, these 50 unique salad recipes make the perfect side for all your grilled mains this summer. Keep reading to find your favorite one or go ahead and make a new combo with every BBQ — either way you'll be screaming for the salad bowl!


1. Spicy Carrot Salad: Microwave grated carrots and minced garlic in 1/4 cup water until crisp-tender. Drain toss with lemon juice, olive oil, salt, red pepper flakes and parsley.

2. Asian Apple Slaw: Mix rice vinegar and lime juice with salt, sugar and fish sauce. Toss with julienned jicama and apple, chopped scallions and mint.


3. Tomato-Peach Salad: Toss tomato and peach wedges with red onion slices. Drizzle with cider vinegar and olive oil season with sugar, salt and pepper.

4. Creole Green Beans: Combine blanched thin green beans and red onion slices. Toss with Creole mustard, red wine vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper.

5. Herb Salad: Whisk 1 part lemon juice with 3 parts olive oil, and salt and pepper. Toss with dill, basil, chives, tarragon and lettuce.


6. Squash and Orzo Salad: Sauté zucchini, yellow squash and scallions in olive oil until tender. Toss with cooked orzo, parsley, dill, goat cheese, salt and pepper.

7. Champagne Greens: Whisk 1 part champagne vinegar with 3 parts olive oil, and salt and pepper. Toss with Boston lettuce.

8. Watercress-Fruit Salad: Toss peach wedges and watermelon cubes with watercress. Drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice season with salt and pepper.

9. Caesar Salad: Purée minced garlic and anchovies, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper and 1 egg yolk with machine running, slowly add 1/4 cup olive oil. Toss with romaine top with Parmesan and croutons.

10. Hearty Tuna Salad: Mix cannellini beans, capers, pickled mushrooms, celery and olives stir in mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Toss with cherry tomatoes and oil-packed tuna.

11. Southwestern Cobb: Purée equal parts mayo and buttermilk with hot sauce, cilantro, scallion, orange zest, garlic and salt. Drizzle over romaine, diced avocado and jicama, orange segments and crumbly sharp cheese.

12. Tomatoes with Mint: Sprinkle heirloom tomato chunks with salt, pepper and sliced shallots set aside 5 minutes. Top with fresh mint drizzle with olive oil and white wine vinegar.

13. Chickpea Tapas: Mix chickpeas, capers and green olives with chopped chorizo, celery, red onion, parsley and cilantro. Toss with olive oil, salt and pepper top with manchego.

14. Pasta Caprese: Mix chilled cooked fusilli, diced mozzarella, chopped tomatoes, basil, toasted pine nuts and minced garlic season with salt and pepper.

15. Chicken-Mango Salad: Whisk 1 tablespoon each lemon juice and honey, some grated ginger and 1/4 cup olive oil toss with shredded grilled chicken, mesclun greens and diced mango.

16. Oranges with Mozzarella: Stack mozzarella and orange slices with basil. Drizzle with olive oil season with salt and pepper.

17. Dilled Egg Salad: Mix mayo, dijon mustard, dill, and salt and pepper. Stir in coarsely chopped hard-boiled eggs and diced dill pickles.

18. Cantaloupe Carpaccio: Slice cantaloupe extra-thin (a mandoline works best). Drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice top with pepper and ricotta.

19. Three-Bean Salad: Boil 1/3 cup cider vinegar, 1/4 cup each sugar and vegetable oil, and salt. Pour over blanched green and wax beans, kidney beans and red onion slices marinate 1 hour. Season with salt and pepper top with parsley.

20. Greek Cucumber Salad: Mix red onion slices, chopped cucumber, kalamata olive halves, dill and feta. Dress with olive oil and lemon juice season with salt and pepper.

Be choosy when picking your produce, and look for a new-harvest olive oil for this, which will lend a bright, robust flavor.

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Composed Salad

Total time: 10 minutes (plus eggs)
This is a 'composed' salad, rather than a 'tossed' salad. The ingredients are arranged (artfully) on a bed of lettuce, and the dressing is drizzled over the top. As in most salads, it is very flexible, ingredients can be added or subtracted to suit taste and appetite. It makes a lovely first course or light lunch.

  • lettuce, enough for 2 small salads, 100gr, 3.5oz
  • 2oz (60gr) ham, 60gr, 2.1oz
  • 2 eggs, hard boiled, 130gr, 4.6oz
  • 6 cherry tomatoes, 45gr, 1.6oz
  • 1/3 red pepper, 55gr, 1.9oz
  • 1/2 avocado, 100gr, 3.5oz
  • 1oz feta cheese, 30gr, 1oz
  • Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
  • 2 tsp Dijon-style mustard, 10gr, .35oz
  • 2 tsp honey, 14gr, .5oz
  • 1 tbs tarragon white wine vinegar, 15gr, .52oz
  • 4 tbs good olive oil, 54gr, 1.9oz
  • 1 tsp snipped fresh tarragon
  • 1 tsp snipped fresh chives
  • Cook eggs (see techniques for hints).
  • Slice ham into strips.
  • Clean pepper and slice 1/3 of it into thin strips.
  • Cut cherry tomatoes in half.
  • Wash and dry lettuce, leaving leaves whole if possible.
  • Cut the avocado in half and remove pit. Wrap half in cling film and place, cut side down, on a plate and refrigerate .
  • When eggs are done, cool, peel and slice or quarter.
  • Make Vinaigrette: In a small bowl whisk mustard, honey and vinegar.
  • Add olive oil and whisk until incorporated - this will get very thick.
  • Add tarragon, chives and stir well to combine. This will keep for up to a week in the fridge.
  • To assemble: Lay lettuce leaves flat on 2 large plates.
  • Arrange ham, pepper, tomatoes, eggs and avocado artfully on lettuce.
  • Crumble and sprinkle feta over the top.
  • Drizzle with 3 tbs of dressing and serve, remaining dressing on the side.

General Technical Details and Disclaimer:

Measurements in this color are actual measurements used for calculation. If there are no values the nutritional numbers were simply too small.

I try to be accurate, but I do not guarantee it. I use 'grams' as the unit of weight with an approximate conversion to ounces.

My information comes from my own digital, computerized scale and the USDA Nutrient Data Library:

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Party Buffet Composed Salad

4 packages frozen mixed vegetables cooked crisp tender
4 cold cooked peeled potatoes, diced
1 large bell pepper diced
4 carrots, julienne cut
4 large tomatoes, diced
1 small bunch radishes thin sliced
1 bunch scallions, sliced
4 stalks celery diced
8 hard-boiled eggs, sliced or cut into wedges
2 heads iceberg lettuce or other head lettuce

Mayonnaise Dressing
2 cups mayonnaise
1 cup milk (or half and half) or as needed
1 small sweet or mild onion grated
4 tablespoons minced fresh parsley
salt and pepper, to taste

Recipe Summary

  • 1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • 2 garlic bulbs, halved horizontally
  • 4 mixed red and golden beets (about 1 pound total with greens), stems trimmed to about 1 inch
  • 5 small onions, cut into wedges
  • Coarse salt
  • 1/2 head cauliflower (1 pound), cut into small clusters
  • 1 bunch carrots, peeled and trimmed (halved lengthwise if large)
  • 2 small winter squash, such as delicata or acorn, cut crosswise into 1/2-inch-thick rounds and seeded
  • 2 dried figs (preferably Calimyrna)
  • 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
  • Pinch of freshly ground pepper
  • 5 ounces mixed hearty greens, such as baby kale and escarole
  • Fresh rosemary sprigs, for garnish

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Using 2 teaspoons oil, drizzle cut sides of garlic. Wrap each half in foil. Wrap beets in foil. Roast until garlic is soft and beets are tender, 40 to 50 minutes. Leave oven on.

Toss onions with 2 teaspoons oil and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Transfer to a rimmed baking sheet. Toss cauliflower with 2 teaspoons oil and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Transfer to same sheet. Using 1 tablespoon oil, brush or rub carrots and squash. Transfer to a separate rimmed baking sheet.

Roast vegetables, tossing once, until golden brown and tender: 15 to 20 minutes for onions and cauliflower, 20 to 25 minutes for carrots and squash.

Puree figs, vinegar, 2 tablespoons water, a pinch each of salt and pepper, and remaining 2 tablespoons oil in a blender. Rub beets with paper towels to remove skins cut flesh into wedges.

Arrange greens and roasted vegetables on a platter. Garnish with rosemary. Serve either warm or at room temperature with vinaigrette.

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