A salad is a delicious way to give stale breads a second life: Breads can lend crunch and texture, soak up juices and dressings, and add flavor, too.
Summer's freshest veggies combine in a colorful side-dish salad. Toss in grilled shrimp or chicken for an easy one-dish dinner.
View Recipe: Bell Pepper, Tomato, Cucumber, and Grilled Bread Salad
Think of this hearty tossed salad as a deconstructed BLT sandwich, where the bread appears in the form of croutons. Round
out the plate with fresh cantaloupe.
View Recipe: BLT Bread Salad
Chicken, high in vitamin B12, teams up with spinach, nuts, and a little oil to offer a one-dish meal loaded with vitamin E,
vitamin C, and folate.
View Recipe: Bread Salad with Cranberries, Spinach, and Chicken
Jim Denevan of Outstanding in the Field prepares this salad to showcase specialty varieties of vegetables. In spring, halved
cherry tomatoes are your best bet. In summer, heirloom variety beefsteak tomatoes work well.
View Recipe: Panzanella
This recipe is similar to fattoush, a Lebanese bread salad. Traditionally, the bread is fried; here, it’s crisped in the oven.
Shredded cooked chicken converts it to a main course.
View Recipe: Pita Salad with Tomatoes, Cucumber, and Herbs
This version of bread salad incorporates a healthy blend of shrimp and heirloom tomatoes for great taste and a filling entrée.
View Recipe: Tomato Panzanella with Shrimp and Basil