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The Junction Apartments, Menomonee Falls, WI  Enjoy a refreshing summer salad that you can make in your apartment. Summer is fun and these salads are full of flavor!

 

Welcome back to The Junction Blog! Today we’re sharing a few summer salad recipes that you can easily make in your Menomonee Falls, WI apartment. Take a look (and a mouthful)! We hope you have a great month in and out of your apartment — wherever you might be dining. Share your favorite salad recipes in the comments below.

 

Mediterranean Panzanella Salad

This Mediterranean salad includes baby cucumbers, vine ripe tomatoes, yellow pepper, red pepper, red onion, parsley leaves, salt, crushed red pepper, minced garlic, feta cheese kalamata olives, sprig of rosemary, lemon juice, lemon zest, olive oil, dried chilies, and toasted pita bread cut into strips.

 

Layered Cobb salad

This recipe only takes about 35 minutes to prepare, but it’s really simple, and your preparation brings a beautiful and delicious dish everyone will love. Chop up some Iceberg lettuce, dice tomatoes, mince onions, drain a couple cans of corn, cook some hard boiled eggs and peel and dice them, cook and crumble some bacon, and throw everything together for a range of tastes, textures, and temperatures that altogether welcome spring and summer.

 

BBQ Ranch Pasta Salad

Give your regular pasta salad some excitement with this recipe! Create some contrast in your plate by including this pasta salad recipe, which offers some interesting flavors and textures! We love the addition of the corn chips and the Honey BBQ Ranch Dressing in place of regular ranch dressing.

 

Avocado Greek Salad

This salad recipe goes well with any dinner recipe, especially if the main dish is already Greek inspired. It goes all out with the flavors it includes, so try a hand at making the dressing — you won’t look at dressing the same way again. Then, make this easy avocado Greek salad with cucumber, tomatoes, green pepper, red onion, feta cheese, Kalamata olives, and avocado.