Servings: 4 to 6
A touch of smoky flavor lends depth to the familiar combination of romaine, Parmigiano, anchovies, and lemon. Like a traditional Caesar, it’s a great light meal with grilled chicken. This recipe contains raw egg; if that’s a concern, use pasteurized.
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We've grilled romaine a number of times recently, but this recipe tops all of our previous efforts. Only two of us, so enough dressing to have again day after tomorrow. Hurrah!
Simply fantastic. Even my husband, who is an unwavering fan of classic caesar (i.e. ungrilled), loved this and had a second helping. Easy enough to pull together at the last minute, while the grilled entree/meat is resting. Impressive presentation for a summer dinner party. Will be making this again.
This recipe was so good!
Made this on the Big Green Egg last night. It was great.
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