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Cook the Issue 2010: Caesar Salad

Caesar Salad

Caesar Salad

By lanapyee, member

June 3rd, 2010

OK, I admit, I didn't make the Caesar - my husband did. When I read the recipe to him, he insisted that he be the one to make this. We used the sourdough bread (from Panera Bread) from last night's Open Faced Steak Sandwiches - they made excellent croutons! Though not in the recipe, we also added the bacon - I can't have a Caesar without bacon. The dressing was a little bitter, and we chalked it up to either green garlic, or the lemon zest, or a bit of both. He's not too detailed-oriented, and possibly got some rind when he was zesting the lemon. We added a whole anchovy on top for the picture.  All in all, a great recipe.  :)


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Comments (4)

Pielove writes: Hi Liamsaunt-- We used the full six anchovies too-- I found the raw garlic very strong, but the anchovies were not too fishy. That said, if you are worried, you could just start with one or two anchovies, give it a taste, and add more if you like. Posted: 6:42 am on June 4th

liamsaunt writes: Thanks! Maybe this weekend. Posted: 11:01 pm on June 3rd

lanapyee writes: Hi Liamsaunt - yes, we used the full 6 anchovies. It didn't taste fishy at all. The dressing was a little off, but we strongly believe it was either from the garlic or the lemon zest. Go for it - use all six! Posted: 10:48 pm on June 3rd

liamsaunt writes: Did you use the full six anchovies in your dressing? I have been shying away from this recipe because that sounds too strong to me. Posted: 10:36 pm on June 3rd

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