7 summer salad recipes for the week ahead

Summer is here! And whether the sun’s out or not, we’re all about gorgeous salads for a fresh and tasty lunch or a quick supper.

The beauty of these

summer salad recipes

is that you can take them in any direction you like. Think about texture, colour and seasonality – get chopping, and go!

Tossed with the most incredible peanut dressing, which to be honest is more of a substantial sauce, and served with something crunchy on the side, such as prawn crackers, the gado-gado is a winning combination.

Finely sliced cauliflower isn’t just delicious – when it’s eaten raw we get twice as much vitamin B6 and three times as much potassium, keeping our nervous systems healthy.

Colourful, exciting and full of flavour, this is an epic San Fran-inspired salad and super-quick to throw together. As

summer salad recipes

go, this is up there with the best!

Jamie’s Indian-inspired recipe embraces the wonderful perfumes and aromas of the spices, bringing a different texture and flavour to a chopped salad. Great to eat, and fun to make.

A properly done old-school classic that is out-of-this-world delicious! If you haven’t made your own salad cream from scratch before, you’re in for a treat.

A posh twist on the good old potato salad, it’s

the light, lemony yoghurt dressing that makes this simple salmon dish perfect for summer.

A new classic from Jamie’s book

5 Ingredients – Quick & Easy Food

, this recipe works in its own right as a light lunch, or as a beautiful picnic and barbecue side dish.

For more

summer salad recipes

and inspiration, check out our

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