Ever since I made this festive salad for the holidays, my soon to be in-laws request a salad at family dinners.
This soup pairs well with a side of 15 degree weather and a heated blanket. It’s hearty, healthy, and filling.
Magical things happen when you marinate kale; it actually becomes edible and enjoyable. Allowing the kale to marinate with the dressing for several hours completely transformed the way my kale salad tasted.
I think I took more pictures of my salad on Christmas than I did of humans. It was fresh, colorful, festive, and best of all simple.
What you need for the salad:
Blend of greens. I like the power blend.
I borrowed this recipe from the Panera Bread summer menu. I usually get the broccoli cheese or chicken noodle soup but strayed and tried their Lemon Chicken Orzo soup.
This is one of my favorite things to make when the weather is warm because it’s easy, light, and yet extremely filling.
I took a couple of recipes and modified them to make my own chicken tortilla soup. I’m trying to perfect a creamier version but this one is just as delicious.
It’s officially soup season and I’ve been on a soup making spree. Since sharing this recipe for French onion soup, I’ve made both tomato and chicken quinoa soup.
I had a severe craving for French onion soup a few weeks ago and browsing the recipes on Pinterest sealed the deal for me.