7 Loaded Salad Recipes by Black Food Bloggers

This post features recipes by members of the Black Food Bloggers Club.  

In the summer, one of my favourite dinners is a loaded salad and a crisp glass of white wine. An entree salad is a great way to add more vegetables to your diet without compromising your commitment to summer grilling.

These loaded salad recipes are inspired by the flavors of West Africa, Japan, Greece and more.

Eat the globe!

Easy Suya Spiced Chicken Salad by Shape Up African


Suya spice is commonly used in Nigeria and Cameroon. This salad features chicken that has been rubbed with Suya spice and grilled. Yum! Get the recipe here?

Chicken Gyro Kale Salad by Brown Sugar Mama


Crispy pita chips and crunch to this gyro inspired salad. The creamy yogurt dressing makes it next level delicious.  Get the recipe here.

Spicy Shrimp Salad w/ Citrus Dressing by Homemade Zagat


Want something light and bright? This salad is a refreshing mix of shrimp, pineapple and citrus dressing. Sounds good right? Grab the recipe here.

Easy Bison Steak Salad by Food Fidelity


Bison is the star of this protein packed salad. Don’t know where to get bison? That is okay, regular old beef will do just fine.  Get the recipe here!

Tuna Tataki Salad by The Blenderist


Seared tuna a zesty ponzu dressing are a winning combo in this tuna tataki salad.  This recipe is one of my own, you can grab it here.

Ultimate Surf and Turf Summer Salad by This Worthy Life


Can’t choose between meat and seafood? This loaded salad has a little bit of everything, including seared scallops…my fave. Get the recipe here.

Cameroonian Vegetable Salad by Precious Core

Last but not least we have an another amazing looking West African Salad. If you are a fan of creamy coleslaw, this salad is for you. Check out the Youtube video above or grab the recipe here.

Be sure to pin these loaded salad recipes so you can find them later!

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