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Romaine Salad with Orange, Feta & Beans

March/April 2007, The EatingWell Diet (2007)

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Adding canned beans is a quick, convenient way to make a salad into a meal—they boost the protein to make the salad more satisfying. This recipe calls for kidney beans, but other canned beans like cannellinis or black beans would also work nicely.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This salad is one of my faves. I leave out the radish and scallion 'cause I don't care for them, and sub an equal amount of mandarin oranges, but other than those modifications I make it as is. The juice from the oranges help to keep it...
Romaine Salad with Orange, Feta & Beans Recipe

2 Reviews for Romaine Salad with Orange, Feta & Beans

04/26/2012
Anonymous
Definitely recommend

Made enough to last me a couple nights for dinner. Wasn't bored of it after the third and final night. Worth a try for anyone.

simple, quick to make, healthy i think, 24 yr old male can make it
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10/01/2010
Anonymous

This salad is one of my faves. I leave out the radish and scallion 'cause I don't care for them, and sub an equal amount of mandarin oranges, but other than those modifications I make it as is. The juice from the oranges help to keep it from tasting dry, and the salad dressing is delicious. I make this at least once a week.

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