Artichoke Salad Salade d'Artichaut
Mesclun Salad Tender Young Greens
Chicken Salad & Almonds Salade de Poulet aux Amandes
Bacon Salad Frisée aux Lardons
Red Cabbage Salad Salade de Chou Rouge
Classic Carrot Salad
Cucumber Salad Salade de Concombres
Lentil Salad Salade de Lentilles
French Potato Salad Pommes de Terre a l'Huile
Tomato Salad Salade de Tomates
Classic Nicoise Salad Salade Niçoise
Salad From Auvergne Salade Auvergnate
Lyonnaise Salad Salade Lyonnaise
Fresh Green Salad La Salade Verte
French salads are an important part of the diet in France as is the case in many other countries of the world.
It is no surprise that salads are so loved, as they are so delicious and nutritious too!
They can be served at any time of the day or evening, as a stand alone meal or a side dish.
However, it doesn't really matter so much as when they are served but how they look – and these wonderfully fresh French salads really do deserve a place on your table.
And you really don't need to wait for an occasion to serve these wonderful salads, just make them for a light lunch or whenever you feel like one – they are so tasty and extremely good for you.
A fresh green salad recipe to add to your hors d'oeuvres or just to have with your family meal. The French usually have a green salad with their midday and evening meal.
A hearty salad for a cool summer's day made with potatoes, ham, cantel cheese, mixed greens, shallots, chives and a zippy vinaigrette dressing.
This is a classic salad from the south of France or a Provençal salad.
It is a good salad to have with French bread and a glass of wine – makes a light delicious lunch or supper.
Simple salads such as the tomato, potato, cucumber, carrot, etc., are also used as part of the Hors d'oeuvres, whereas more elaborate salads with a mixture of ingredients including meat or fish are served alone, such as the Salade Niçoise.
A carrot salad recipe to add colour and texture to your hors d'oeuvres or to tempt your kids to eat healthy!
Who could resist this little taster, it's so simple but delicious.
This lovely tomato salad will give a bright and colourful display to your Hors d'oeuvres table.
Your French salads won't be the same without it!
A cool green cucumber salad recipe which will bring a lovely addition to your table for a starter or hors d'oeuvres.
It is so easy and inexpensive to make and is another tasty French salad you will enjoy.
A delicious French potato salad that will satisfy everyone at your table.
An easy and economical recipe which deserves a place of honour among your salads.
A red cabbage salad recipe to give you a dazzling and colourful starter for your hors d'oeuvres table.
It's sure to please everyone with its rich texture and colour.
Easy and economical to make.
A very simple but tasty bacon salad, or Frisée aux Lardons, as it is known in France.
It is a popular salad all over France and I am sure you will love it, too!
A refreshing chicken and almond salad that is so easy to make at home and will please all your family and friends.
The flavour of the lightly toasted almonds goes wonderfully well with the cooked chicken and the orange and mayonnaise sauce.
Originating in Nice, South of France this fresh salad consists of salad leaves and any available fresh herbs.
The inhabitants of Nice would pick the fresh plants daily for this salad and indeed some still do. It is expensive in restaurants, but it has a really fresh flavour.
A healthy green lentil salad giving you a rich and colourful salad that is so popular in France.
You can make this very quickly and easily using any salad greens and herbs you like.
Serve it warm or cold, just as you prefer.
A traditional salad from Lyon in France which is amazingly tasty and very easy to make at home.
It is wonderful for a light meal and makes
a great hors d'oeuvre or starter.
A delicious artichoke salad to impress your family and friends is so easy to make with this recipe.
You will have a very tasty and impressive French salad on your table.
Let these scrumptious salad dressings enhance and "dance" with your vegetables to create a yummy ensemble for your taste buds.
What you could do with all these great French salads is prepare enough for a few days, place them in a storage container and keep them in the refrigerator.
You then have something to give everyone without the work – and that's a blessing when you are busy!