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1.Chickpea salad

Crisp cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, creamy avocado, and feta cheese are all generously added to chickpea salad. Classic Greek Salad gains Mediterranean flavours from the addition of fresh lemon dressing.

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2.Macaroni salad

Make-your-own macaroni salad! A traditional pasta salad dish with soft macaroni, colourful vegetables, and eggs, topped with a thick and creamy sauce.

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3.Potato salad

The salad meal known as "potato salad" is created with boiled potatoes and frequently includes a vinaigrette as well as various additional items including boiled eggs and raw veggies.

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4.Greek salad

Greek salad also known as horiatiki salad is staple of Greek cuisine. It typically consists of cubes of feta cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, olives and is seasoned with salt, Greek oregano and olive oil. Regular additions include caper berries or green bell pepper slices.

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5.Caesar salad

Anchovies, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, Dijon mustard, Parmesan cheese, and black pepper are added to romaine lettuce and croutons to create a Caesar salad.

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6.Coleslaw salad

Coleslaw, usually referred to as cole slaw or just slaw, is a side dish made mostly of finely shredded raw cabbage mixed with a salad dressing or condiment, most frequently vinaigrette or mayonnaise.

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7.Broccoli salad

Broccoli Salad is a fast salad that includes bacon pieces, dried cranberries, sunflower seeds, and fresh, crisp broccoli. All of it is combined with a homemade dressing that is really simple and creamy.

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8.Cucumber Salad

It's packed with Persian cucumbers, tomatoes, red onion, feta cheese, chickpeas, and a trio of fresh herbs.

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9.Fruit Salad

Fruit salad is a meal made out of a variety of fruits that are occasionally served with syrup or their juices. Fruit salad can be served in a variety of ways as a salad or a side dish.

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10.Pasta Salad

One or more varieties of pasta are used to make pasta salad, which is often served cold and dressed with a vinegar, oil, or mayonnaise-based dressing. It is frequently offered as an entrée, a side dish, or an appetiser.