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Light Meals: 10 Colorful Salads for Your Spring Dinners

In spring and summer, when you don’t want to spend all your time in the kitchen instead of enjoying the good weather, salads are a great way to cook quick healthy dinners because you can prepare them from such a wide variety of ingredients. Here’s a spring salad round-up with recipes we carefully selected from our index. Serve them warm or cold, as a side dish or the main meal because they are a totally versatile dish. Enjoy fava beans, asparagus, chickpeas, avocado, fennel, mint and all the seasonal produces and treat yourself with these lightweight salad recipes.

1. Fava Beans Salad
2. Salad with Cold Asparagus, Lamb’s Lettuce, Radish and Hazelnut Dressing
3. Spiced Asparagus and Avocado with Lemon and Mint Dressing
4. Chickpea Salad with Cod
5. Grilled Chicken & Potato Salad

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6. Tomato, Asparagus and Anchovies Salad
7. Potato & Shrimps Salad
8. Potato Salad Recipe
9. Carrot Salad with Yogurt Dressing
10. Fresh and Light Swedish Potato and Apple Salad 

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