My Favorite Caesar Salad Recipe

By: Jane Durst-Pulkys, BSc., R.N.C.P., C.N.P Nov 03, 2017
salad, eating right, live healthy

How to make a healthy Caesar salad

I’ve been making this Caesar Salad for years! I’ve had a lot of fun entering it in friendly competitions with friends and family, and it has become a staple at our big family get togethers. I love this recipe for so many reasons; it’s easy to make, full of health, tastes fresh, and you can make a batch of it and use it for up to a week.

This dressing recipe should feed 10-15 people.

What You’ll need:

One whole bunch of parsley, ideally organic

3 tbsp fresh Parmesan Cheese

1 whole cracked egg

2 tbsp Red Wine Vinegar

2 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce

Juice of 1 whole lemon

1 can of Anchovies, including the oil with it

Fresh garlic 2 to 5 cloves

3/4 Cup of Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper to taste

When making the salad, mix the dressing with cut up Romaine Lettuce, and feel free to add croutons. You can keep the dressing in an air-tight container for up to a week. Happy eating!

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