Spring Salad with Peas and Asparagus

Spring Salad with Peas and Asparagus

Here's a light, simple, dish that is at once a Spring/Summer side dish salad, as well as a good foundation for a main dish. Spring Salad with Asparagus and Peas is vibrant with color and loaded with flavor and texture. And it doesn't get easier than this. Use frozen...

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