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Sunday, June 28, 2009

All about Salad

Salad is a food item served either before or after the main dish as a separate course, as a main course in itself, or as a side dish served along with the main dish.
The word "salad" comes from the French salade of the same meaning, which in turn is from the Latin salata, "salty", from sal, "salt"

Pick your choice from a variety of salads starting from Green Salads; Vegetable Salads; Salads of Pasta, Legumes / Grains; Entree Salads, Barbecue & Picnic Salads besides Fruit Salads and Dessert Salads.

A salad is most often composed of a mixture of uncooked vegetables, with green leafy vegetables like lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, cabbage, spinach (commonly referred to as a “green salad").
Salads also include vegetables like tomato, cucumber, peppers, mushroom, onion, spring onion, carrot and radish.
Salads often include other food items like pasta, olives, cooked potatoes, rice, croutons, meat & poultry, cheese or seafood.


Salads are served at room temparature, cold and sometimes hot generally with a dressing...

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