The most well-known salads in the United States


Caesar Salad

Traditional Caesar salad includes romaine lettuce, croutons, Parmesan cheese, and Caesar dressing. An Italian immigrant named Caesar Cardini invented it in Tijuana, Mexico.

Cobb Salad

This substantial salad has chopped lettuce, tomatoes, avocado, chicken breast, bacon, hard-boiled eggs, and blue cheese. Bob Cobb, proprietor of the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood, California, came up with the idea.

Waldorf Salad

Apples, celery, walnuts, and grapes in a creamy dressing make this sweet-savory salad. The New York City hotel Waldorf Astoria offered it for the first time.

Nicoise Salad

On a bed of lettuce, you'll find boiled potatoes, green beans, hard-boiled eggs, tomatoes, olives, and tuna in a salad called nicoise. It all began in Nice, France.


Chef Salad

This protein-packed salad contains ham, turkey, cheese, hard-boiled eggs, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and carrots. Vinaigrette dressing is the standard topping.

Greek Salad

Cucumbers, tomatoes, red onion, feta cheese, Kalamata olives, and a lemon-olive oil vinaigrette make this delightful salad. It's a mainstay of Mediterranean cooking.

Spinach Salad

This healthful salad has fresh spinach, sliced mushrooms, hard-boiled eggs, bacon, red onion, and a warm bacon dressing. This salad is common in the Midwest.

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Potato Salad

This picnic staple is created with boiling potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, celery, onion, and a creamy mayo-mustard dressing. It's a staple at picnics and barbecues.