5 Fennel Salad Recipes


Crunchy and sweet fennel is absolutely delicious in salads. You can also eat the entire fennel plant, so you can use the bulb, stalk and leaves in a variety of ways. Recipes like our Fennel & Grapefruit Salad and Summer Greens Salad with Tomato Vinaigrette & Anchovy Breadcrumbs are fresh, nutritious and a perfect accompaniment to any meal. Whether you opt for sweet or savory flavors, you can't go wrong with any of these fennel salad recipes.

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Summer Greens Salad with Tomato Vinaigrette & Anchovy Breadcrumbs


Using a variety of greens gives this simple summer salad an interesting mix of textures. The anchovy in the breadcrumbs and sun-dried tomatoes in the vinaigrette are subtle, but key to adding umami. Source: EatingWell Magazine, June 2020

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Fennel & Grapefruit Salad


This quick and colorful side salad is a lovely accompaniment to fish, chicken, or pork. When slicing the fennel, don't discard the fronds! The wispy green tips resemble fresh dill and provide a colorful, anise-flavored garnish. Source: Diabetic Living Magazine, Winter 2019

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Spring Vegetable Salad with Asparagus & Scallions


Asparagus, radishes and scallions herald the start of the spring season at the farmers' market (or in your garden). Take advantage of these early growers and turn them into a spectacular spring salad mix. Keep it in your fridge as a base to top with protein, cheese and dressing for easy packable salads to take to work. Source: EatingWell.com, May 2018

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Fennel, Radish & Cucumber Salad


This supremely crunchy, quick side salad is best when spring vegetables are sliced as thinly as possible--a great excuse to pull out the mandoline or the slicing disk of your food processor, if you have one. Source: EatingWell Magazine, March/April 2018

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Tomato & Fennel Salad


We like to use heirloom tomatoes in this simple salad. They're at their peak during the summer months and worth seeking out at your local grocery store or farmers' market. Which varieties you choose is up to you--any will work well here. Source: EatingWell Magazine, July/August 2007

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