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Caesar dressing with a kick
I love to whip this dressing together at a moments notice. I almost always have hearts of romaine lettuce in my fridge, so this salad comes together quickly.
I’ll mix up this dressing and stick it in the fridge to chill for a bit. While it’s the caesar dressing is chilling I can pull out 1-3 hearts of romaine to wash and chop.
Classic Caesar Salad almost always has a crunchy garlic croutons. However those are loaded with carbs so I avoid those crispy little devils.
A great work around for croutons and your caesar dressing is using crunchy parmesan crisps. You can buy a bag of Whisps available at most supermarkets…or make your own. Costco always has a great deal on these crisps, but you can buy them on Amazon, too!
Soup & Salad w/ Caesar Dressing
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Chrissy Tiegen is super fun and lovely. She created a similar recipe for Caesar Dressing. Mine is Keto friendly and used for recipes other than salad, too!
- 1 cup mayo
- 1 ½ cup Parmesan finely grated
- 2 tbsp anchovy paste
- 1 tbsp worschester sauce
- ¼ tsp salt
- ¼ tsp black pepper
- 2 tbsp lemon
- 1-2 tbsp sriracha sauce
- 3 tsp garlic finely chopped
- 2 tsp dijon mustard
- ¼ cup olive oil
- Put all ingredients into a bowl and whisk for 1-2 minutes.
- Toss together 1-2 chopped heads of fresh and crispy romaine lettuce, a few handfuls of arugula, diced avocado, thin sliced red onion and a handful of shredded parmesan.
- Drizzle a few generous spoonfuls over the salad and toss to fully coat and dress.
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