Don't stop at salads - find loads of lettuce recipes including lettuce and leek soup, apple and romaine green juice, Thai curry lettuce wraps, iceberg lettuce mashed potato and more! Get recipe inspiration for lots of different types of lettuce, including lamb's lettuce, frisee, mesclun and little gem.
This excellent salad combines stir-fried chicken and turkey rashers in a hot piquant dressing with creamy avocado and sweet cherry tomatoes. Turkey rashers are a great low-fat alternative to bacon, giving a similar savoury flavour.
This is an American salad, but it has some of my favourite ingredients: chicken, egg, tomatoes, blue cheese and avocado.
This is one of my favourite summer salads. Sunflower seeds add texture and are good for you!
This salad can be on its own as a light lunch, or served with a baked potato as a evening meal. The sizzle of the hot, spicy dressing with the chicken hitting the cool salad makes your guests' mouths water!
This is a healthy and high fibre chickpea salad, combined with apple, walnuts, celery and onion, then tossed with a honey mustard dressing. For another variation, use 150g seedless grapes instead of the apple.
Anchovies ensure this creamy Caesar salad is loaded with flavour. The homemade garlic croutons are essential! A great way to use up old bread. Serve this as a starter or make it into a meal with the addition of chicken or salmon.
Chargrilled beef is served with crisp lettuce, cucumber and cherry tomatoes dressed in a Thai-inspired dressing. Fantastic summertime food.
This fresh chicken salad is packed with flavour. Best served over crisp lettuce leaves, like romaine or iceberg.
This is a beautiful dish that's always a hit! This is a layered antipasti plate, so you can cut it in square slices neatly and find all the ingredients in every bite. Add veggies to your liking. Serve with fresh ciabatta or crusty bread. Enjoy!
This simple green salad features crisp little gem lettuce tossed with bacon, hard-boiled eggs, grated carrot and sliced tomato, simply dressed with oil and vinegar.