KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS' FAV MEAL
The many ways to salad, just like America's favorite fam
Keeping Up With the Kardashians may be over but you can still celebrate the Kardashian family’s favorite meal, the mighty salad, with a selection of our favorite veggie-forward dishes—a pizza-inspired salad with equal parts greens and cheese; a Mediterranean salad pie that will whisk you off to Mykonos; an Asian inspired salad so delicious you’ll literally eat the bowl; a fruit salad almost too beautiful to eat… almost; and a sandwich salad that will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about bread bowls. The Kardashians made us do it.
Crispy fried rice paper makes this salad a thing of beauty—fit for the Kardashian brand. It’s filled with sesame pan-fried shrimp, and julienned cucumbers and carrots, adding brightness and texture. The soy sauce delivers a hit of umami and cold noodles are highly slurpable. it’s so delicious you’ll literally each the bowl. Just ask Kylie.Check out the recipe!
This savvy, Greek-inspired salad would be perfect for reality TV’s favorite matriarch, Kris. It combines the best of Mediterranean ingredients: cured ham, juicy tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, and tangy feta cheese in a gorgeous checkerboard of flavors. We bet you’ve never seen mozzarella like this before… you have to watch to believe it.Check out the recipe!
This pizza-inspired salad, with sliced onions, crispy bacon, and (extra) cheese baked into a golden-brown crust, is hearty enough to fuel a late-night gossip session. It's piled high with baked ham, tender potatoes, juicy cherry tomatoes, and yes, there will be greens. We think an icon like Kim would approve.Check out the recipe!
This gorgeous salad is the perfect fit for supermodel Kendall Jenner. With kiwi, mango, apple, cherries, strawberries, oranges, bananas and more, each fruit is like a piece of delicious art. Decorating a juicy watermelon cake, we can easily picture this fruity beauty hitting the runway during Fashion Week.Check out the recipe!
The Kardashians know best: ordinary life makes for great TV and ordinary sandwiches make for great bread bowls, especially when they’re stuffed with prosciutto and swiss cheese, brushed with butter, and baked. Throw in deep-fried goat cheese stars and some fresh greens and you’ve got a paparazzi-worthy salad. Say cheese.Check out the recipe!