Caesar Salad Dressing
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Once you find a great Caesar dressing, like in this recipe, making a great Caesar salad is no problem. Here, the crunch of the romaine is highlighted by the crispy homemade croutons and creamy dressing.
A handful of corn chips gives this sweet and spicy Southwestern salad a crunch. Tip: Make this recipe ahead and take to a tailgate or potluck party.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! Here's a delicious dinner salad you can have ready to serve in less than 30 minutes!
Our lightened-up version of this classic romaine salad lets you enjoy a favorite without all the calories and fat of the original.
In recent years, refrigerated egg substitute has replaced the raw egg traditional to this classic salad recipe. Don't skimp on the garlic and herb croutons--they're well worth the effort.
This is the classic of all salads, with ingredients like romaine, garlic, and parmesan cheese. Add chicken for a main dish variation.
A classic goes modern when reduced-fat ingredients take center stage. It has 71% fewer calories, 79% less fat, and 75% less sat fat than the original recipe.
This creamy dressing is perfect for anyone who is skittish about the raw eggs in a classic Caesar salad; Melissa Rubel Jacobson enriches her piquant version of the dressing with mayonnaise instead.
Bottled dressings are loaded with chemicals, plus they're expensive! Learn how to make creamy Caesar dressing at home, and you've got a much healthier and more delicious option.
We've handpicked our best salad recipes into this delicious recipe collection. From Caesar salad to fruit salad and salad dressing, we've got the recipes you'll love.
Did you know that Julius Caesar had nothing to do with the invention of the salad that bears his name? The credit for this delicious dish more properly goes to Caesar Cardini, a restaurateur who came up with the idea out of a combination of necessity and creativity. The story goes that Cardini wanted to serve salad to his restaurant patrons but found himself short of fresh ingredients to mix with his romaine lettuce. He raided his pantry and, using what he found there, concocted the recipe that went down in history. Other chefs began making Caesar Salad because of both its unique flavor and its economy--except for the lettuce and the egg in the dressing, it required no perishable ingredients.
This flavorful salad is simple enough for a weeknight meal yet special enough for entertaining.
It's a salad in a sandwich! Try this chicken recipe for a quick dinner that even the kids will like.