Finding fame in Hollywood, the traditional cobb salad is a meal in itself. From chicken cobb salad to versions with turkey, these easy recipes help you pull together a respectable cobb salad even if you're on the fly.See Popular Cobb Salad Recipes
A creamy cheese dressing pulls together crisp fried chicken, black-eyed peas, sweet peppers, and pecans for a satisfying salad.
Try this take on a classic Cobb Salad for a fresh and satisfying dinner tonight, or learn a few tricks to customize a dinner salad according to your likes.
To give this classic main-dish salad a Heartland twist, we used steak instead of chicken and Maytag blue cheese instead of Roquefort.
Loaded with beef sirloin steak, bacon, avocado, cheese, and more, this salad won't leave you hungry!
Why save this classic for when you're dining out? Pick up a rotisserie chicken at the supermarket and enjoy a Cobb at home in minutes.
Made famous at the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood, this chicken and avocado salad continues to win accolades.
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Turkey, cheese, avocado, grapes, and chickpeas get their own row on top of lettuce for this colorful main dish salad.
A California favorite, this Cobb Salad features the original ingredients of chicken, avocado, bacon, eggs, and more, with the bright addition of lemon vinaigrette.
This low-fat main-dish salad topped with oven-fried turkey cutlets, beets, hard-cooked eggs, and croutons makes a satisfying dinner with a pleasing mix of flavors and textures.
Tempeh, snow peas, spinach, and cabbage give a new spin to the classic Cobb salad. Try it for a light and healthy dinner.
For this classic main-dish salad, arrange chicken, hard-cooked eggs, tomatoes, cheese, and bacon on fresh salad greens, then drizzle with the homemade French dressing.
This Cobb salad is true to the original with all the good stuff - chicken, eggs, bacon, avocado and a tangy dressing. But we cut the saturated fat in half and doubled the amount of healthy monounsaturated fat. We've left the blue cheese optional, but the salad is so nutritious you might just want to go ahead and indulge yourself with a little bit anyway.
Cooked peeled shrimp is perfect for quick and healthy meals--here we use it in place of chicken in our simplified Cobb Salad.
Roasted beets, avocado, turkey bacon, and blue cheese make this salad hearty enough for dinner. Make this colorful salad when entertaining in the summer.