Pureed apple lends creaminess without adding fat to the dressing of this main-dish salad. Buy pre-grilled chicken strips, or use leftover roast chicken instead.
Crisp greens and oranges make this salad perfect for the winter months. The sweetness of the citrus and dried plums sets off the bite of the radicchio and arugula.
In this winter salad, the sweetness of balsamic vinegar complements tangy blue cheese and moist dried plums. For convenience, roast the beets the day before, or use canned sliced beets.
Sweet Moroccan spices scent this refreshing carrot and dried plum salad, tossed with a tangy lemon juice dressing.
Looking for a healthy recipe idea using dried plums? Bulgur has all the benefits of whole wheat, but it’s pre-cooked so you can put together a delicious salad in minutes. California Dried Plums, oranges and loads of fresh herbs add even more nutritional benefits.
A quick, easy, and deliciously cool summer salad for hot August nights.
Created especially for The California Dried Plum Board by Chef Martin Yan, this salad breaks away from the bland iceberg lettuce salad.
The classic Waldorf Salad combo of walnuts, celery and apples is even better with dried plums and turkey.
Combining dried plums, tomatoes and feta cheese in a simple vinaigrette, this salad is great on its own or served with greens.
Sharp, tangy winter greens contrast beautifully with the creaminess of blue cheese and the sweetness of dried plums. This salad is a great way to use leftover roast chicken.
The wonderful winter salad of fennel, dried plums, manchego cheese and prosciutto was created for the California Dried Plum Board by Joanne Weir.
Jazz up your everyday salad and give your greens a boost by taking a tip from Olympian and World Champion swimmer Natalie Coughlin and add crunchy candied pecans, creamy goat cheese and nutritious California Dried Plums.
Golden-hued curried couscous tossed with chicken, dried plums, tomatoes and almonds is lovely to look at and even better to eat on a warm summer day.
Here's a salad that's brimming with good-for-you ingredients, yet tastes so satisfyingly indulgent that you can make a meal of it.
Soup is the ideal way to warm-up dinner on a cool night. Dried plums' sweet flavor blends perfectly with acorn squash, creating a delicious, creamy soup that's sure to become a fall favorite.
Enjoy this tasty lower-in-fat combo of dried plums, tomatoes and feta cheese on its own or with salad greens.
Fresh kale sautéed with cumin, mustard seed, chili flakes, ginger and California dried plums, garnished with toasted coconut.
Spinach, dried plums and feta plus a warm pancetta dressing equals a salad that's a bit out of the ordinary.
Italian whole wheat berries and cannellini beans add fiber and protein to this salad. It's good as a first course or on a buffet.
This is a dish that is made for the dried fruits of winter, deeply delicious, sweet, yet balanced with the lovely acidic quality of good quality coffee. Nearly any kind of citrus and dried fruits will do; we suggest quite a few but use whatever you like best. Mix just a few or a lot, as available.
A soy sauce-based marinade flavors grilled chicken breast in this entree salad. The same marinade dresses the mixture of broccoli, carrots, bell peppers and dried plums that's served alongside.