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7/03/2020

Types of salads



There are two main types of salad namely:
  • Simple Salads - contain one main type of ingredient usually combined with a dressing.  Tomato salad with vinaigrette would be a good example from this group.
  • Compound Salads - contain more than one type of ingredient usually combined with a dressing.  A good example of from this group would be Caesar salad.
Salads can be made from any edible commodity.  The most common types are made from vegetables, fruit, pasta, meats, seafood and rice.


Example of salads
Simple salads:
  • Tomato with basil vinaigrette
  • Green bean salad
  • Carrot with orange dressing
  • Cucumber with sugar cream and paprika
Compound salads:
  • Greek salad
  • Caesar salad
  • Pasta salad
  • Tossed salad
    Cold salads:
    • Avocado and orange salad
    • Antipasto salad plate
    • Seafood salad with mango and asparagus
    Warm salads
    • Warm quail salad
    • Warm duck salad
    • Warm salad of rainbow trout with tomato and lime salad



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