"Caesar salad is one of my favourite lunch foods. You can shovel it in and talk at the same time." -- Janet Street-Porter
The Caesar salad is the one that moved greens from just being a side-dish to a main-course entree!
The salad is named after Chef Caesar Cardini who first whisked up this romaine lettuce and egg dressing combo at a Tijuana restaurant in 1924. Since then it's gone on to become one of the most popular salad variations world-wide! This lens will show you a variety of ways to make this delicious dish!It's fantastic just by itself as a light meal, or a side dish. But you can easily pair this up with an entree, or top it with some strips of chicken or steak and make a whole meal out of it.
Great Caesar's Salad! - a history
The history and background of the Caesar Salad.
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Was 'Caesar salad' invented by, or named for, Julius Caesar?
- Caesar salad - Wikipedia
Caesar salad is a traditional salad often prepared tableside. It is sometimes termed the "king" of salads.
- CAESAR SALAD
This wondrous salad, with all its tableside showmanship by waiters, became a sensation in America soon after its invention. To many, including myself, this is the king of salads. It was probably the first 'main course' salad, and topped with chicken
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The creation of Caesar's Salad has been attributed to an Italian, Caesar Cardini, who at the time was a restaurateur in Tijuana, Mexico. According to records, supplies in the Cardini establishment ran short one holiday weekend in 1924. Caesar experi
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- Caesar Salad Recipe for home cooks
How to make a great Caesar salad recipe with some history of the salad
- Neuman's Easy Caesar Salad
This Caesar salad is heavy on fresh garlic and red and black pepper and will leave you feeling full for quite some time. The dressing is easy to prepare and you might just have all the ingredients lying around the kitchen already.
- Caesar Salad, Salad Recipe
If you have never experienced "the show" that goes with tableside presentation, you donât know what you missed. What an opportunity for a waiter to show off his stuff, mixing and whisking to the delight of the patrons.
- MUSHROOM CAESAR SALAD
A great brunch or dinner variation on the classic.
- Italian Caesar Salad
Caesar dressing made the real Italian gourmet way. If you've eaten at a truly great Italian restaurant, and the Caesar dressing was incredible, they probably made it this way!
- Caesar Salad 101
Serves 4. If you prefer not to use the raw egg yolk in this recipe, substitute one tablespoon of store-bought mayonnaise. The croutons are best made as close to serving time as possible.
- Caesar Salad with No Eggs
This recipe, which omits the eggs, is made with a food processor.
- Caesar Salad Dressing, Low Cal
Makes 1/2 cup. Per T: about 30 calories; 1 g protein, 3 g fat; 1 g carbohydrate.
- Caesar Salad Recipe from diabetic-recipe.com
Per serving: 60 calories (58% calories from fat), 2 g protein, 4 g total fat (0.7 g saturated fat), 4 g carbohydrate, 2 g dietary fiber, 2 mg cholesterol, 2 mg sodium. Exchanges: 1 vegetable, 1 fat
Serve Your Caesar In Style
This lovely set includes one main 15"x 15" serving bowl, one set of 12" serving utensils and the 27" freestanding floor stand.
To Egg or To Faux Egg... That Is The Question
caesar salads can be varied to suite many dietary preferences
One of the biggest questions I get asked about how I make my caesar salads is, do I use raw egg?
I have, but not all caesar salad recipes call for raw egg. Traditionally, you do use raw egg in the dressing, but uncooked or under-cooked egg is a great way to get food poisoning. If your body is very sensitive to what you eat, if your immune system is challenged, if you aren't making this dressing and then serving it immediately, or if you don't have a source for very fresh, organic eggs, I often suggest that people make a variation of this recipe that does not call for raw egg.
There are some great egg substitutes on the market now, and I frequently use those in place of raw egg. There are also variations of the dressing where the egg is "coddled" which is where you put it in boiling for water for about a minute, and it comes out less cooked than soft-boiled. You may have to try a few versions of caesar salad to find out which works best for you.
Ready-made Caesar Salad Dressing - try some different types to see what you like
A great option for the busy cook or for those wishing to try some different caesar variations is to get a ready-made salad dressing.
How Do You Eat Your Caesar?
How do you see your Caesar? Is it a side, or is it the meal itself? What's the most common way you like to eat this salad?
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