We love the Caesar Salad at one of our favorite New York City steak houses, E&E Grill House. They’re techniques—which have become trendy for Caesar—let you enjoy more flavor from your salad.
Romaine: Instead of tearing the romaine leaves, cut the romaine hearts in half lengthwise, then grill them, cut sides down, until grill marks appear ( about two minutes). You can then cut the grilled romaine crosswise into two-inch-wide strips to resemble a traditional Caesar, serve a half of the heart to each diners, or cut the core to separate the individual leaves, as E&E does.
Check out the history of Caesar Salad and the classic recipe.
There’s also a recipe for Caesar Salad Pizza!
And tell us how you like grilled Caesar Salad.
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